Going Green at the Office

In an article I recently read, the author stated that just “one office worker can use a quarter ton of materials in a year.” That’s a lot of waste!

In DDA’s continual effort to “go green”, we’re growing our best business practices and improving our conservation efforts to lessen our environmental footprint. Our advertising agency already implements many green office strategies, some of which were started years before this concept became the fad it is today. Years ago, we initiated a four-day, 10-hour work schedule. Today, more private companies and state-wide organizations are implementing this work week than ever before. Our team of graphic designers, copywriters, animators, videographers, photographers, search engine optimization (SEO)specialists, and programmers has spent years recycling everything from glass bottles used on lunch break to cardboard used in packaging, and today companies are just now catching on and investigating what recycling facilities are available in their area.

We started going green years ago because we recognized that just as it is important to reduce, reuse, recycle at home, it is perhaps even more important to adhere to this standard at work. So much of our lives are spent at the office that one can clearly understand why this is true. We saw a need to protect the environment and adjusted our business accordingly. We see a need to help our clients improve their marketing and advertising, and we develop new strategies and services to help them excel in their industry. We truly are ahead of the curve.