Do you know what your company’s water footprint is? Water is a key component in the daily runnings of any business operations – whether you sell food or provide a service. Industrial and manufacturing companies utilise more water in their daily operations as they are large scale facilities. It is paramount that these industries have a wastewater management system to ensure that they reduce their water footprint. If you would like to learn more about the strategies you can use to reduce your water footprint, keep reading.
The e-Waste Association of South Africa (eWASA) was established in 2008 to manage the establishment of a sustainable environmentally sound e-waste management system for the country. eWASA is your central point of contact for advice and action. eWasa is a Pan African non-profit organisation based in Durban South Africa. As a non-profit organisation eWASA, provides support through efficient services and attractive terms and conditions by a small and highly and competent team as well as strong Partners throughout Africa.
Water is one of the most important natural resources that we use on an everyday basis, we need water in order to survive. However, with the world evolving, and more industries emerging, the amount of available clean drinking water is quite scarce. It’s important that we find as many ways to save water in South Africa and all over the world. If you’re looking for a water solution for your business, here are some key benefits.
Saving water as a business is very important. Although 90 percent of water is covering the earth, a large amount of that water is sea water, and there is only three percent drinking water. A large amount of that water is consumed by the business sector. There are many ways your business can cut back water. But keep in mind that cutting back on the water isn’t only by measuring the quantity of water you use. It is also what you do with your businesses wastewater. Here are a few tips on how your business can save the water crisis.
You might not think, as a small business owner, you have much of an impact on the environment. After all, you are a small business, aren’t you? But the fact of the matter is, everyone has an impact on the environment. If you want to take the steps towards being a more eco-friendly business, here are some top water-saving tips for small businesses.
The manufacturing industry is not typically seen as the most environmentally friendly business sector. But the industry is, however, moving in the right direction. This is a big win for the industry, as it improves the carbon impact on the environment. Running an eco-friendly business is about trying to reduce the amount of waste you produce, as well as the water and energy consumption in your business operations. If you are operating in the manufacturing industry, here are ways to make your processes eco-friendly.
"Going green" is not just a phrase being thrown around by various industries. As South African consumers (and potential international customers) become more environmentally aware, it makes good business sense to take your company into the era of environmental consciousness. Depending on what kind of operation you have, this may even be a matter of legislation.
Are you looking for different ways to travel to work without having to drive your car? There are many different ways for you to do so, whether it’s to save on petrol or because you don’t want to deal with parking every day. Finding other means to travel to work could be a great way of staying fit and healthy without going to the gym. Not driving to work every day can also lower your stress levels caused by road rage which can be frustrating especially in the morning. Here are some tips on how you can travel to work that may work best for you.
There are many businesses that produce industrial waste and cause damage to the environment. It is important that businesses follow environmental regulations to prevent pollution, ecological degradation, conservation, and promote sustainable ecological development. Taking care of the environment not only preserves natural resources but ensures that your business can survive in the long term. Looking for effective ways to reduce your industrial waste? Here are some tips.
Businesses in South Africa and around the world use a large number of resources from the environment. However, often times there are spillovers or pollution from your business which go back into the environment. The first step in making an impactful difference is acknowledging the part your business plays and making a conscious decision to change. Here are effective tips on how your business can make a change and reduce the impact your business has on the environment.
Running an eco-friendly business is always a great thing, not only for the environment, but you can also bring in a new target market towards your business. Over the years, people have become more conscious about the environment and how natural resources are being used by people and big companies. This is why it could increase your business sales and reputation once you start being eco-friendly. In order for your business to become eco-friendly here are top tips to read that can make the transition much easier.
Some tips on how to run an eco-friendly business and boost profits at the same time.