Go Green

Is your office interested in Going Green?

Target Office Products now has a green catalog and some suggestions to help you get started.


Going Green

As the earth’s population and industrialization increases, our environment and health are adversely affected by the greater strain on our natural resources and the waste by-products of this development. More and more businesses, large and small, are following the 3R’s of resource management, which can alleviate much of this problem. We at Target Office Products take conservation of our environment seriously. We would like to help your office “go green” with suggestions and our green products.
Reduce – Reuse – Recycle

River, mountains, green foliage

For more information, call us at 412-424-0088, ext. 15

10 Easy Steps To a Greener Office

  1. Use natural light when possible. Not only will you save resources, since artificial lighting accounts for 50% of electrical use in office buildings, but you will lower your electric bill as well. Use CFL bulbs or LED lighting. Also, turn them off!
  2. Reduce paper waste by instituting double-sided printing. Use electronic communications and data storage whenever possible. Use chlorine-free paper with 30% recycled content, grown in certified forests. Stop receiving unneeded catalogs. Recycle paper, cardboard, office paper, and catalogs.
  3. Use rechargeable batteries. Recycle all batteries.
  4. Use refillable pens, rewriteable CDs and DVDs ,and reusable tabs.
  5. Recycle print cartridges, aluminum, computers, all plastics, cardboard, and paper.
  6. Use recycled or remanufactured products. Many paper and plastic products contain up to 100% recycled content. Remanufactured toner cartridges are now high quality, with some producing no waste at all.
  7. Green breakroom products and cleaners are now readily available, and are safe for you and the environment. Bio-based products made of corn, sugar cane and potato products can replace plastic utensils, bags and dinner ware.
  8. Buy Energy Star certified machines and products.
  9. Reduce frequency of deliveries and travel to reduce gas consumption.
  10. Encourage carpooling and public transportation.
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