Have a professional perform an on-site audit of your energy use
Track energy usage and share data with employees
Replace incandescent bulbs with compact fluorescents
Replace old T12 fluorescents with energy efficient lighting
Use motion sensors, timers, or other lighting controls in appropriate rooms
Unplug chargers when not in use
Use “Energy Star” equipment
Update insulation or windows (includes tinting)
Use programmable thermostat
Get an HVAC tune-up or refrigeration tune-up
Set all computer monitors to turn off after 10 minutes of inactivity
Turn all computers off at the end of each business day
Use renewable energy (e.g. solar) or purchase “Green Power” from local utility
Use aerators and/or auto shut-off on faucets
Install commercial ultra low-flow toilets
Install waterless urinals
Install pre-rinse spray nozzle in kitchen
Regularly check for and repair leaks in restroom
Install low-water or no-water landscaping
Clean outdoor areas with a broom instead of a water hose or air blower
Use recovered wastewater and/or rainwater






Old East Woodward (right in front of David Wachler & Sons)
Group 4 talking to "Sweet Earth" about sustainability

This is one of our important moments because she was one of our most enthusiastic businessthat we visited.