Why is Workplace Charging Important?

In the land of coal and sulfur mines, convincing businesses to adopt environmentally friendly policies is challenging at best. This is despite the fact that on some days, the air quality along the Wasatch Front rivals Beijing. 50 percent of the pollution that makes up our brown soupy inversions is directly related to tailpipe emissions. This makes clean transportation a prime target for measurable change. As individuals, we can agree that the air quality is, quite frankly, disturbing. Taking steps to make a change can feel overwhelming and out of reach without support and access. Range anxiety, concerns about affordability, and access to electric vehicle (EV) technology all present considerable consumer barriers to adopting zero-tailpipe emission technology.

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How Holiday Shipping Affects the Environment

The 2017 holiday saw more people shopping online than in any previous year. While the final numbers aren’t yet in, USPS expected to ship 850 million packages, while UPS forecasted 750 million packages. This massive number of boxes means that a lot of cardboard and empty space is being shipped as well.

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Why Corrugated Cardboard is the Best Packaging Material

The Iroquois had a saying: “In every deliberation, we must consider the impact on the seventh generation…even if it requires having skin as thick as the bark of a pine.” This was called the Great Law of the Iroquois, and it’s something we can adapt today to discuss sustainability.

Essentially, we need to ask ourselves if what we’re doing today will be sustainable seven generations down the line.

 

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Neil deGrasse Tyson is Wrong (about using spheres as packaging)

Guys, I know this is a potentially inflammatory title. Neil deGrasse Tyson is one of the most famous scientists in the United States, and if you ever listen to Star Talk or watch Cosmos, you know he’s a pretty smart guy.

But we have to disagree with him on a point he made in an article he wrote in the 90’s, and has since reiterated in a recent interview.

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Global Green Packaging Market to Reach $207.5 Billion by 2022

The global green packaging market will grow significantly over the next six years, according to a new report released by Allied Market Research. The market size is expected to reach $207.5 billion by 2022.

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3 Problems Online Furniture Stores Face (And How to Resolve Them)

The rise in online furniture sales offers both new opportunities and challenges for furniture manufacturers and e-tailers. Furniture is often large, heavy and bulky; efficiently packaging these products and delivering them to customers can be a challenge. Here are three common furniture packaging problems and how to overcome them.

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6 Ways to Improve the Online Shopping Experience

Online shopping continues to rise and shows no sign of slowing down.  As the ecommerce market gets more competitive, here are some ways to improve the online shopping experience to keep customers coming back.

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How Distribution Packaging Produces Business Efficiency

Distribution packaging companies, like Packsize, specialize in creating cost-efficient and environmentally friendly solutions for both your business and the consumer.

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Americans Will Spend More This Holiday Season; Are You Ready?

The critical holiday shopping season is here. Retailers expecting a heavy influx of online purchases are responding to industry reports and surveys that are predicting an increase in sales.

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Simple Ways to Reduce Your Carbon Footprint

While not every business has the budget to do a complete sustainability overhaul, there are many simple and cost-effective changes every organization can make to reduce its carbon footprint. Here are a few good places to start.

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