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Free Guide

This short guide will help you
through the process and help
you to become a carbon
neutral company!

HOW TO IMPROVE YOUR COMPANY'S SUSTAINABILITY

So, you want your company to lower it's environmental impact, maybe even reach net zero by 2030. But how do you know which activities to prioritize? How do you know which initiatives will have the most impact on your business?
 

Are your customers asking for proof of how green you are?

 

Yes, you value environmental stewardship but how do you SHOW this to your clients?
 

Well, if you are a business owner and looking to tackle any of these points , we’ve got a webinar for you!


This is a replay of a webinar hosted by W2R Solutions on August 11, 2022.
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WHAT DO YOU NEED TO CONSIDER BEFORE BECOMING CARBON NEUTRAL?

There are 5 things every business needs to consider. Do you know what they are?

Any business can operate as carbon neutral. The trick is in how you get there.

Becoming carbon neutral is a continuous process that begins with measuring your organizational emissions, establishing a reduction strategy, and offsetting the residual emissions.

EVERY BUSINESS IS CLAIMING TO BE ECO-FRIENDLY. HOW DO YOU STAND OUT?

If you want a competitive advantage over other eco-businesses, there are 6 things you need to do in order to stand out.

Spoiler alert: it has nothing to do with YOU. 
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HOW WELL ARE YOU RECYCLING?

Most businesses don’t know. Sure, you want your brand to be green and have set up some recycling bins here and there. But how effective are your recycling programs? Are your customers aware of your efforts?

By completing a waste audit, you can identify opportunities to reduce waste, save money, and share your recycling success with customers and employees.