In this age of Global Warming, we, in our way, make all possible efforts to save energy by doing little things in our work environment that can (and will) make a big difference for the coming generations. Some of the small efforts we make are…
Each member is given his/her water bottle instead of glasses. The bottles are washed every few days, not daily.
We Save : Water that would be needed to wash the glasses everyday.
The office space is conceptualized in a way that there’s natural light for nearly 2/3rd of the day. Thus, most of the lights are switched off for most of the day.
We Save : Electricity
, nearly 75% of it.
Tea/Coffee is served in biodegradable disposable plastic cups.
We Save : Water that would be needed to wash usual plastic/glass cups.
Food is served in recyclable paper plates.
We Save : Water that would be needed to wash crockery.
TFTs are used instead of CRT monitors in 100% of computers.
We Save : Extra Electricity
that CRT monitors consume.
UPSs are used for power backup instead of power generators.
We Save : Noise Pollution, Air Pollution, Fuel.
Extra computers are switched off unless required.
We save : Electricity.
Laptops are used wherever possible instead of PCs.
We Save : Extra Electricity that PCs consume as compared to Laptops.
Whenever possible, team members are allowed to work from home.
We Save : Fuel that they may use for commuting.
Air Conditioners and Fans are used only ‘when required’.
We Save : Electricity.
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