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United Reservation Services is working hard to keep the environment in their region as healthy as it can be by launching a "green" awareness initiative.
Los Angeles, California (PRWEB) November 04, 2013
United Reservation Services sets the gold standard for customer service and serves as an example to all other travel clubs, as what customer service should truly be. Now, setting another positive example in the industry, they are raising awareness of ways that businesses can help the environment, and partaking in a new "green" initiative.
Many people are the most environmentally destructive while they are at work. Lights are left on, paper is used and thrown away haphazardly, and then there are all the fossil fuels that people burn during their daily commutes. Businesses should be more aware of the impact their employees have on the local environment and encourage more positive and environmentally friendly actions, like United Reservation Services is doing with their "green" initiative. Businesses should establish go-green campaigns which work best for their business and employees, and start aiding the conservation of the environment.
By buying, selling, and "being" green, United Reservation Services hopes that other businesses and travel clubs will follow in their example and take into consideration their environmental impact. One of the first things a business can do is to opt for environmentally friendly products when they plan to purchase new office equipment. Select computer monitors that require less energy and are probably better for user's eyes. Invest in "cloud" digital storage and eliminate the need to store thousands of pieces of paper in every cubicle. Reward employees for car pooling or using public transport, to get to and from work. There are plenty of options available to businesses in regards to environmental conservation.
United Reservation Services also points out a number of smaller details that businesses can pay attention to, which may go overlooked, otherwise. Companies should invest in remanufactured ink and toner cartridges for their printers. On top of typically being cheaper, re-using ink cartridges keeps the toxic cartridge out of landfills, and helps to conserve resources in the long run. Refitting lights with compact fluorescent light bulbs can reduce energy usage by 75% in some cases, and last much longer than regular incandescent light bulbs. Also, a rather simple trick: open the blinds and turn off the lights during the day.
By doing their part, United Reservation Services hopes that other travel clubs and businesses in the travel industry will follow their example and take the first steps toward becoming an environmentally conscious entity.
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