Green Lifestyle

Das ultimative Green Office

Wir haben spannende Neuigkeiten: Woodcessories zieht um! Das gesamte Team ist schon gespannt auf unser neues Office, denn wir sind dabei eines der nachhaltigsten Büros in ganz Deutschland einzurichten! Neben ein paar echt coolen Dingen (die wir jetzt natürlich noch nicht verraten können) wollen wir auch den Arbeitsalltag so grün wie möglich gestalten. Vielleicht könnt ihr ja sogar ein paar grüne Tipps bei euch zuhause anwenden! Papierlos sind wir zwar schon längst, aber erwähnen sollten wir es trotzdem. Nicht alles muss gedruckt werden und virtuelle Pinboards und andere Gruppentools vereinfachen den Arbeitsalltag. Plastik, nein danke! Wer uns kennt, der weiß: Plastik gibt’s hier nicht! Dasselbe soll natürlich auch für unser Büro gelten: Sprudelautomat statt Pfandflaschen, frisches Essen statt Fertiggerichte in Plastikverpackung Reduce, Reuse, Recycle ist bei unseren Bio-Produkten die Devise und so auch im Office. Mülltrennung, Altpapier & Co. gehören schließlich schon zum Alltag, oder? Energie Sparen kann man auf…

Forget Plastic – Go Bio!

Every year about 6 million tons of our garbage end up in the sea. This endangers not only all marine animals, but also ourselves. In the water, plastic gradually decomposes into tiny micro-plastics that can get into our food and even our drinking water. The main cause for this problem is long-lasting plastic that is only used once and then ends up being thrown away. The solution is Organic! More and more organic bio-plastic products are appearing on the market. After straws, crockery and packaging, the green wave is also spilling over to smartphone accessories and other gadgets and we hope to be part of it very soon! These bio-plastics are biodegradable plastics produced from renewable raw materials. This makes it much more environmentally friendly than conventional plastic and can even be easily recycled. This synthetic material is already so far developed that it can absolutely hold its own against…

Upcycling: Old becomes New

The topic of upcycling is more relevant today than ever – the mass production of short-lived items is running at full speed and is causing the world’s garbage mountain to rise ever larger. This makes it all the more important to take responsibility for the things we produce and either dispose of them in an orderly manner or recycle them. Whether used glass, paper or residual waste – recycling has long been used in many different forms. That way we prevent the production of further waste and reintroduce these materials into the production cycle. The idea of upcycling even goes one step further. Not only residual substances, but also inferior substances, which are often treated as useless waste, are converted into new products. The “Up” thus stands for the additional upgrading of waste recycling. This special form of recycling saves energy as well as important limited resources and reduces greenhouse…

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