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As part of Microsoft’s goal to minimize our operational impact on the environment, we recently implemented a new recycling program that is helping to cut our Redmond corporate campus waste in half. Launched by our Real Estate & Facilities team, these new sustainable waste-management programs include the following key areas:
It's exciting to see these changes take place across the company. With the installation of new compostable trash bins in kitchens and cafeterias it's now up to employees to take part in helping reduce corporate waste.
Microsoft's "green" initiatives have generated quite a bit of buzz lately. What does this mean for Microsoft
Inspired, hopeful, and ambitious, i write inspired for my company, hopeful for change, and ambitious to learn how we can take what microsoft is doing and bring it home too, and thereby reduce, reuse, and recylce.
i'm interested in how the redmond campus birthed such a program and what i can do on my work campus.
let me describe, we are about 100 staffed. we have a recylcing container, but don't. we started with marked boxes for reclying cans, but staff garbaged the boxes and the cans. and so all cans, napkins, plastics, even small preforated cardboard gets dumped, in yep..you guessed it garbage.
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