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BrookeChaplan posted a blog entry in Brooke Chaplan's Green BlogWaste is a serious issue in our industrialized world. The more convenient we make our every day lives, the more waste we seem to produce. There are better ways to achieve convenience while reducing the amount of waste produced. Renting Small Equipment Every industry relies on the use of small equipment. Dollies are used to haul large shipments of boxes or heavy materials. Electronic scales are required to measure the weight of products and materials in several industries. Portable wireless radios help staff members or construction workers communicate quickly and easily to coordinate efforts. When you begin to look for ways to improve your industry by reducing the amount of waste your business produces, consider renting your small equipment in place of purchasing it. Using rental companies, such as radio equipment rental companies like altechradio.com, allows you to use the equipment required for your business while reducing the amount of waste produced. Since you don’t own the equipment, you’re not responsible for its disposal. Finding rentals is as simple as searching Google for something like “radio equipment rentals in NYC” and looking through the results. Donate or Compost Old Food Whether you work in the restaurant industry or you run a construction company with hungry construction workers, you’re going to encounter instances where you’ll be dealing with unsold food or partially eaten leftovers. This will be more prevalent in the restaurant industry, the supermarket industry, and the food processing industry. Thanks to the efforts in France, it is now legal precedent to donate old or unsold food to local food banks to reduce a growing global issue of excessive food waste. Within the restaurant industry, popular coffee shops have taken the initiative to donate their unsold food to local food banks to reduce the amount of food waste that’s tossed into landfills every day. For food that’s been partially eaten, a compost pile can be started to turn organic food waste into fertile compost for gardens and flower pots. This is a way to return those wasted vitamins and nutrients to the soil in order to grow new food and continue the cycle of life. Biodegradable Products To help reduce the amount of waste in landfills and the environmental impact plastic and styrofoam have on the environment, scientists have created a line of biodegradable products that can be used in various industries. These products, once thrown away, will naturally erode from exposure to the elements to leave no toxic residue behind. If you’re looking to make your business more eco-friendly, start by implementing these forward-thinking improvements. Not only are these improvements friendly to the environment, but they’re also friendly towards your community.