Summer time is sadly behind us and as the leaves start to fall thoughts turn the New Year. Diaries and year planners may not be many people’s top priority when it comes to planning for 2016. However, despite all the new diary and planning tools available on computers and laptops many people still prefer the simplicity of a paper diary or a large wall planner.
There are lots of options when it comes to both diaries and planners, below we summarise the key products and options to look for;
The majority of large and established organisations will have had a recycling program set up for a number of years now. This will no doubt be a key element of their environmental policy and also may help them achieve the ISO14001 certification which is the recognised framework that covers environmental management systems. Many large companies will have a dedicated quality or facilities manager to look after this program whose job it is to make it a success.
How much paper do you use in your office or at home? My guess is that despite your best efforts to cut down on how much you print you still get through more than you’d like. Many people feel guilty about using too much paper as it is produced from wood pulp and ultimately from trees. Which, as we all know, are being cut down at an alarming speed around the world.