Article written by AWD LAW Attorney Jennifer Mott

Unless an office has an effective corporate sustainability policy, an enthusiastic green team of employees, and is housed in a solar-powered, LEED-certified building, odds are good the office can benefit from a bit of “greening.” Looking at office operations with an eye toward environmental issues can benefit the bottom line as well as the earth. At the basic level, consuming fewer resources reduces office expenses (i.e. utilities, paper, staff time), but can also increase office efficiency. Greening need not be a daunting task. Experience suggests many offices have “low hanging fruit” – relatively simple and inexpensive ways to make green changes. A little forethought can go a long way. Below are tips for the “typical” office to start saving green by going green:

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