Exploring Oil Collection Practices

Exploring Oil Collection Practices

It's Easy Being Green At The Office

Linda Edwards

As the head of your household, getting the family into a routine with recycling is easy. When you are wearing your managerial hat at the office, however, transferring those sustainable practices and encouraging your team to do the same can be a bit trickier. Everyone is busy, and thus far nobody has made sorting the trash a priority. 

However, as someone who cares about the environment and your company's bottom line, you can't help but cringe every time you see a plastic bottle in the regular waste basket or heaps of wasted paper being tossed aside. 

By initiating environmentally sustainable practices at work, you can improve your company's financial performance and lower the amount of greenhouse gases you consume. More than 33 percent of companies that participated in a 2013 survey said they profited from sustainable behaviors. In addition, you and your team will be on your way to decreasing your carbon footprints and that of your employer. Here are a few ways to get started. 


You can't really be expected to save the environment if there aren't enough trash receptacles around. If this is the case, speak up. Approach the person who stocks supplies in your office, or take a moment to speak with the cleaning crew toward the end of the work day. Make a request for additional trash bins including the bright blue and yellow containers that are clearly marked for recycling.


Consider positioning a recycling bin within close proximity to every regular trash can, and make every attempt to use it. When your group sees you taking a few extra steps to place that aluminum can into the proper bin, they might be more inclined to do the same next time. Assign an individual to lead the recycling effort and help keep everyone accountable for their actions.

Pick Up

If your company has not engaged a vendor to pick up and deliver recyclables to the local recycling service center, you might need to arrange this with a private company. Take notice of the vendors that the neighboring offices use, and reach out to those companies. Don't be afraid to negotiate on price. Some service companies will even provide you with the proper indoor trash bins for recycling.  


Look out for other small changes you can make, such as having the information technology folks set the copier machine to the double-sided option for printing. Your office will use half as many trees when printing as a result. If you take the time now to establish these protocols, you won't have to revisit your company's recycling program too often.  


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Exploring Oil Collection Practices

Explore oil collection equipment and practices. Oil is a natural resource that people use for power. Oil is also used to make several different products, including lubricants for machinery and vehicles. The way workers pull oil out of the ground is a very interesting process. Furthermore, transportation and refinery practices really capture my interest. I hope you will also develop an interest in this industry by following my site. I will discuss the different types of equipment used to gather, transport and process oil. I will also talk about the various practices, including safety requirements, used on these sites. I hope you will learn a lot about oil industry advancements by following my site. Please come back anytime you would like to learn more.