Increasingly people are thinking green, but at 3LINX we’ve always focused on protecting the environment, continually striving to update and expand our environmentally friendly practices. By replacing waste with saving and recycling, 3LINX looks toward a bright future free from all kinds of excess. It’s not just about the bottom line – it’s about preserving the planet.
• No Styrofoam Peanuts In Packing Orders
Styrofoam went out of style a long time ago, and so has its use in packing. Not only is it wasteful, it isn’t a better packing product than other options, such as recycled newsprint. 3LINX packs perfectly with recycled newsprint while saving the environment.
• Recycled Newsprint Used For Void Filling
The empty space around packed product needs to be filled, but not irresponsibly. 3LINX uses recycled newsprint—no packing peanuts, no foam of any kind.
• Automatic Shut-Off Lights In Offices
Leaving office lights on is a common and understandable problem. When busy, sometimes the lights get forgotten. But not at 3LINX. Our automatic shut-off light systems don’t use light when we don’t need it.
• Corrugated Cardboard Recycling With 3LINX clients receive a lot of orders. That’s a lot of corrugated cardboard boxes. Why waste when you can save? 3LINX saves the environment by recycling all of its corrugated cardboard.
• Paper Shredding
Paper shredding doesn’t just aid paper recycling, it properly and safely disposes of confidential documents. 3LINX keeps clientele business and the environment safe by shredding and recycling confidential documents and all other paper produce, all the time.
• Real-Time Online Reporting – Eliminates Printed Reports
It’s no secret, paper is being phased out of all forms and areas of business. It saves money, time, and the environment. 3LINX saves all three for each client using its proprietary real-time online reporting systems to gain real-time insights into business operations. No need to print reports to take to meetings anymore.
We are always looking for new ways to reduce the carbon footprint of our operations and welcome your suggestions.