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From the outset Kosherpages.com has aimed to consider the environmental impact our business activities have. While ensuring that we are complying with legislation such as the WEEE directive and other such laws we have decided to ensure that during the planning phase or viability studies of any part of our business, that we consider the environmental impact.
As a web based business for the most part, it is probably easier for us to reduce our overall carbon footprint. However there are certain areas in which we continue to strive to improve not only our impact on the environment but those individuals and organisations we deal with.
For instance when choosing venues for any of our business events we always try to consider accessibility via public transport or encourage car pooling. At our tradeshows we actively discourage each exhibitor distributing leaflets, instead encouraging the use of scanners for data collection and the exhibitor following up the contacts, this is also far more proactive for the exhibitors. We use only environmentally friendly bags, such as paper based products which are bio degradable. We have chosen to use printing.com as our official printer due to their commitment to the environment both in replenishing tree stocks and the use of vegetable based inks.
We continuously strive to reduce our impact and waste by implementing paperless systems in our office such as scanner technology, digital sign in sheets, business card scanners for our events, use of power saving office equipment such as Fujitsu Siemens computers & Brother Printers.
We actively involve all our staff in the decision making process with regard to new improvements in the reduction of our environmental impact. We also try to encourage our staff, suppliers and clients to adopt our outlook on these issues.
In conclusion we are continually striving to reduce our waste, increase our recycling and minimise our carbon footprint