Green Initiatives

Green Initiatives

  • We use LED lights in our offices and for outdoor lighting, and compact fluorescents in our indoor storage units.
  • We have installed motion sensors in our indoor storage area to reduce electrical consumption. 
  • We have refurbished many shipping containers and converted them to drive-up storage units.
  • We have installed energy efficient, high speed hand dryers in our bathrooms to reduce the use of paper towels.
  • We gave re-usable shopping bags to all staff members. 
  • We capture the rainwater in tanks from the roofs of both of our buildings and use the water for flushing toilets and irrigation.
  • We recycle all cardboard and plastic bottles.
  • We conceptualised the Future Trees that is a Future Centre Trust project, and we handle the marketing and the administration of the web site - www.thefuturetrees.com. To date over 3,000 trees have been planted.
  • We participate in Clean Up Barbados annually - www.cleanupbarbados.org.    
  • In 2015 Store All was awarded for achieving Green Business Barbados Certification. We achieved Tier 5, which means that we implemented 85% - 100% of GBB standard actions in the Mahogany Path. We focused on 3 of 5 Focus Areas – Waste Management, Reduction, Reuse and Recycling; Energy Conservation and Renewable Energy; Employee Well-Being and Productivity. Desery Watson can be seen in the bottom photo accepting the award on behalf of Store All.
  • In 2017 we paid for the re-design of the Future Centre Trust's web site: www.futurecentretrust.org.
  • We have installed photovoltaics on our roof to cancel our electricity bill and reduce our carbon footprint. We are producing a large surplus of electricity that we are selling back to the Barbados Light & Power.

 

 
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