Also, in the offices and clinics, there does not seem to be a paper recycling process, with the exception of the shredder boxes. There is a significant amount of paper that can be... more »
-Recycling should be done of cardboard, glass, aluminum. The funds should be put back into rewards for employees pushing for ways to save money in the form of monetary or days off.
-paper should be shredded, but recycled to be used in other ways.
-More solar panels, wind turbines and overall power saving devices.... more »
Use refurbished or recycled printer cartridges and toner cartridges whenever possible.
Federal Government should only purchase printer and toner cartridges from suppliers who take back used or spent printer cartridges in order to refurbish them or dispose of their components in an environmentally friendly manner.
These medication containers could then be recycled and reused thus saving the VA and US citizens money, lessen... more »
Mail all medicaiton in recycled cardboard boxes instead of plastic boxes which are often thrown away. You could also allow patients to return there empty perscription items in these boxes and mailed back so you can save on plastic mail bags as well as medication bottles.
Instead of constantly remaking signs to put up, place televisions with information on them in order to direct people and educate electronically. These could be like billboards and would be easier to direct people when things in the hospital move such as a sign pointing to the new lab area, etc.
Email people props this would save paper and it would also allow you to add more people to the recognition. It would also produce better morale. Cost Savings and Morale boos...big pay out.