Recent announcements about Microsoft contracting for massive amounts of wind generated power to run several of its data centres causes me to think that this kind of renewable energy just may have a good life without massive government structured subsidies.Read More
Office Document Strategies Blog
The electronic stewardship programs in effect in most Canadian provinces are reviewed each year and a new schedule of fees is established for consumer payment on the sale of goods. The funds generated are supposed to cover the costs of collection, recycling and disposal of all electronic items covered by the system.Read More
Happy New Year floor model MFP buyers in Ontario Canada. You now get to spend ten times as much for the environmental fees (WEEE fees) for your new acquisition come Jan 1 2013.
When you buy business solutions for your business, looking for environmentally friendly choices is logical. SMBs in Burlington recognize this need more and more. The amount of material that our resident eWaste partner, Niagara ewaste processes each day shows us that this is true.
News stories have told us about the problems that are occuring with car parts due to the devastating floods in Thailand and other areas of South East Asia. What is not as well known is that computer hard drives are also being affected by these events.
Most businesses are interested in reducing their documents printing and doing so in an environmentally friendly way. There are tools available with multifunction printers and some network printers that can help in this effort. Here are 6 tips for more Eco focused printing.
MFP printers and copiers and other print devices can be a major energy user in your office.
Most organizations have become much more "Green" in their thinking in the past few years. Everyone is looking at ways to reduce their footprint and to build cost savings into their operations.
I really never thought this could happen but courtesy of the author of the Death of the Copier Blog I am now not so sure. He recently featured a presentation made to TED in September 2009 that kind of blew my mind. Maybe a paperless document strategy is really possible.