We see ourselves as thought-leaders in our niche and feel it’s important to lead by example. If we don’t invest in sustainable practices, how can we expect our clients to do so within their own organizations?
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Baltimore, MD (PRWEB) August 5, 2010
MKCREATIVE, LLC is pleased to announce that they have committed to purchasing 100% wind energy credits to power their business, reducing the carbon footprint of the company and helping to cultivate a healthier community. This means that their clients can rest easy knowing that by supporting MKCREATIVE, they are also supporting clean energy.
Wind energy is making a big difference in America. The wind energy that MKCREATIVE uses fosters the development of new wind energy and protects air quality.
Owner Marco Kathuria takes great pride in MKCREATIVE’s primary objective of advancing social change by helping organizations, both large and small, communicate more effectively. In Kathuria’s own words “We see ourselves as thought-leaders in our niche and feel it’s important to lead by example. If we don’t invest in sustainable practices, how can we expect our clients to do so within their own organizations?” In fact, the Green Business League certified MKCREATIVE as a “Gold Status Green Business” in early 2010.
As evidenced by their daily activities such as duplex printing, using motion detectors and LED lights, operating Energy Star rated Apple computers, and buying wind generated electric power, MKCREATIVE is serious about doing what it can to help our planet. In fact, they recycle all ink/toner cartridges, use smaller sized business cards printed on recycled paper with soy inks, print on FSC-certified paper for all internal communications, and have even introduced greener cleaning products into their offices.
Their sense of commitment is deep, and reflects MKCREATIVE’s mission to foster a cleaner environment. “By using wind energy, we are helping the environment, and also keeping the air clean, preventing the need for new, polluting fossil fuel power plants to meet growing energy needs” said Kathuria.
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