How You Can Save Money and be Eco-Friendly
Most businesses and individuals are aware that it’s important to keep their carbon footprints small and their electric-energy methods clean and low-cost. A carbon footprint is the total amount of greenhouse gases produced to directly and indirectly support human activities, usually measured in equivalent tons of carbon dioxide. Clean electric energy means that it’s reliable and doesn’t contaminate the environment.
Engenera Renewables is committed to helping commercial endeavors, individual homes and residential properties employ renewable technology with such implementations as solar photovoltaic (PV) cells, LED lighting and modern heating systems, to name just a few.
Going zero-waste is a great step towards combating climate change. With that in mind, here are some methods in which people can live and work “greener.”
Print out emails only when necessary.
If your office doesn’t separate its trash from recyclables, have two bins, one for each, and mark them as such. Recycle everything possible, such as plastic, cardboard and paper, aluminum cans and glass bottles.
Bike more and drive less.
Lead by example. Taking part in eco-friendly practices (recycling, picking up litter, conserving water) will demonstrate to others how to respect our environment.
Plant trees. They provide shelter and food to animals, hold together soil and create shade.
Take part in conservation activities in your area. Many local groups need help protecting our ecosystem.
Cut down on or eliminate your use of plastic bags.
Start a compost pile or bin.
Use rechargeable batteries.
Install a water-saving shower head.
Have your bills delivered via email instead of snail-mail.
Engenera Renewables uses sustainable solutions to protect businesses and homes from excessive energy use and costs. For more information about how Engenera Renewables can help your business and/or home save money and help our environment, please contact us at 0330 1330857 or firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also follow us on Twitter and Facebook!