Good working environment 'great for business and the planet'
Working in a stale environment with low level lighting, in which
the heating is too intense or the air conditioning too cold, can
Such a workplace is guaranteed to leave workers feeling
By contrast, imagine a fresh colourful working area with
reactive lighting that is LG7 compliant.
The importance of natural light is often overlooked, but
daylight exposure should be a major factor in planning and
designing workspace. Try creating a more open environment and
consider removing interior walls. These could be replaced with
glazed partitions, enabling private offices to remain but allowing
natural light to permeate the central area.
All light bulbs should be high quality and energy efficient.
Low-energy bulbs last up to eight times longer than standard ones
and use only a fifth of the energy
Green furniture is essential for any organisation looking to
minimise environmental impact. Environmentally friendly products
are typically be made from recycled, refurbished, reclaimed or
sustainably produced materials.
First impressions are crucial and well planned offices
reflecting the organisation's style and values will ensure visitors
form a good opinion of the business.
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