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Dear All,
I am planning to keep a GO GREEN drive in office. I request you all to help me with your inputs for planning this i week drive with different sets of activities on each day.
So far decided :
One day will be dedicated for Tree Plantation
looking forward for some creative ideas in line with Green Initiative.
Thanks,
Shraddha

From India, Mumbai
- Mural making competition with save environment theme
- slogan competition on save environment platform
- Photography competition on save environment platform
- Special resolutions to save electricity, papers, avoiding use of paper cups for tea/coffee/water
- Drive a cycle for some days in week

From Singapore
As it is a go green initiative,it is related to nature. nature is the best source for stress relief.
A stress releasing activity i.e Day Dream can be done on the place of tree plantation where participants can be asked to imagine that place as green and as beautiful they can. This will help them to work wholeheartedly and clear to the focus.

From India, Mumbai
Hai shraddha
Congrats for taking initiative measures in spreading Go green Environment.
You can plan to tell suggestions for your team like avoiding paper works mostly and by also to avoid printing the contents unnecessarily.
Moreover you can plan for a vehicle less day in your office. In sense all vehicles should be banned inside the office area on that particular day.
Can create awareness program by visiting near by schools and colleges.
Insisting team members not to use or buy things made of plastic(like carry covers & and containers which is made of low quality of plastics).
Regards
Priya
Mail id:[email protected]

From India, Bangalore
Dear All,
- Instead of paper cups, team members can be provided with normal glasses and cups (washable, which we normally use at home)
-if necessary to print, Print on both sides of paper.
-Within office, instead of sending paper hardcopy letters, memos, notices, improve your intranet, so that all information is posted on company intranet, all people can read on computers.
-Even salary slips are only available on our personal accounts in company intranet (no hard copy), avoid use of paper.
-Even leave application is also done online in our company. no paper used.
Regards,
Fani

From Qatar
Hello Shraddha Ambre,

Quite a few good suggestions have already come.

You may try the following:

1.0 Encourage all forms of energy saving. Put off unwanted light , fan , Ac etc

2.0 If there are high energy consuming appliances like Ac , Refrigerator etc periodically replace with efficient ones.

3.0 If there is space in your premises encourage tree sapling plantations by customers.

4.0 At a distant place, where land is available make special programmes to distribute sapling of trees.

5.0 Enourage the use of pool cars.

6.0 Discourage overstay of persons beyond office hours( this should have Mangament backing).

7.0 With slight modifications if you can get natural light / air into the premises -- explore those opportunities.

8.0 If company policy permits, enourage people to work from home, on selective basis.

9.0 Call the nearby school children and conduct awareness programme to help the next generation.

10.0 Try to conserve water by avoiding wastage, reuse and recycle.

11.0 Restrict / Avoid thin Plastics entering your premises.

V.Raghunathan..................................... ...................... .................................................. .........Navi Mumbai

From India
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From India, Madras
Greetings,
You may consider the Rain Water Harvest Project, run by different Energy Consultancies. We had managed a similar program for our employes, at EDS, where they could work along with the consultants , in that project. This went beyond the office environment . It allowed us to offer employee's engagement in CSR activity and even build future leaders beyond their current task lists.
Few techniques came very handy and helped employees, implement them, even at their homes.
Windmill project is little pricey , but can be considered if you have the budget for it . This way you bring in a huge non-monetary benefit to the employee and serve the society.
Wish you all the best !

From India, Mumbai
Dear shraddha Ambre,
You have just touched very hot topic and it is the hot buzz all over the industry/corporate world.
Going Green is saving environment which ever way. One of the way is using Bio-Green products for daily cleaning application. If you consider amount of water used daily and when with the chemical it is going down the drain how much ground water is polluted and if you multiply with each and every premises damage will be huge.
Using chemical for cleaning, will increase VOC indoor, as now a days major of the offices are closed and without ventilation. Under the Green people are getting Neutral chemicals which re after all chemicals and let out chemical fumes and lead to increase of VOC. Just check disadvantage of VOC on net abd you will understand how it is harmful to human beings and to the environment.
Use Bio-Green Products for the safety of the staff and Environment.
Regrds
Hiren Pancholi
09371061789

From India, Mumbai

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Dear shraddha Ambre,
You may like to conduct a Environmental quiz program for your employees.
You may also have a Brain storming program on going green by asking participants to give their ideas & thoughts & provoking discussions.
Debate on some topics of going green is also a good idea.
Best Regards,
Thanking You,
B.S.Gopala Krishna, BE (Elect) , DIS (CLI)
OM Sri Krishna Environment,Safety & Occupational Health Consultants
Lead assessor ISO14001/OHSAS 18001.
Mobile No:97313 98860
Residence NO:080 2348 5012
Bangalore 560079

From India, Bangalore

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