I had the opportunity this week to work with a client experiencing a serious crisis issue. In the midst of helping, I faced one of those moments that can make even the most experienced PR pro wince, namely being surrounded by a large group of reporters with cameras shouting questions from all sides while I was trying to diffuse a potentially contentious situation.
Very few of us have the luxury of working in a building ideally designed to take advantage of natural light to perfectly illuminate work spaces during the day. We of course need office lighting during daylight hours and it can be a bigger energy user than many of us realize. The average office is lit, both overhead and at desk levels, for as many as 12 hours a day. More energy means higher electric bills and more of an impact on the environment because energy production creates greenhouse gasses.
It’s an inevitable situation for any small business; any computer equipment, no matter how advanced it was at time of purchase, will eventually be ready for retirement. Improper disposal of equipment can create a number of risks for your business. The good news is that proper disposal is easier, and more affordable, than ever before.
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