Bluefin Media Commits to Going Green and Recycling

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Lifestyle Publisher Bluefin Media (bluefinmedia.com) employees proclaim a commitment to help reduce the global carbon footprint.

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Lifestyle Publisher Bluefin Media (http://www.bluefinmedia.com) employees proclaim a commitment to help reduce the global carbon footprint. From recycling bins to expanded use of electronic mediums over paper, Bluefin Media strives to become more eco-friendly. The company is tackling this issue in a few beneficial ways.

Bluefin Media implements recycling bins throughout the office to help make it easy for employees to do their part. These bins are used for paper, plastic, aluminum, and glass products. In addition to the bins located in the office kitchen, there are also has recycling bins for discarding batteries to protect the environment from their harmful chemicals.

Beyond the use of recycling bins, Bluefin Media distributed company water bottles to help cut back on the wasted use of generic plastic water bottles. The Bluefin H20 bottle is given to employees and company clients. Employees can refill these bottles to assure that the office is using less plastic. The company takes full advantage of this new system and finds it beneficial in not only being eco-friendly but also with saving money.

Being a digitally based company makes it largely successful in the company’s efforts to “going green.” Instead of printing articles and magazines, Bluefin Media has entirely electronically-based content. According to referenceforbusiness.com, “It has been estimated that each office worker in America produces from one-half to one and one-half pounds of solid waste each day, of which 70 to 90 percent is paper.” Bluefin media embraces their electronic outlets proving the success of the conversion of paper to digital media.

"As a company with a naturally intuitive product, it's extremely important for us to create an environmentally-friendly atmosphere in the work space," Ashley Streichert (Managing Editor of GossipCenter Network) explained.

"The small steps we take to reduce Bluefin's carbon footprint will eventually transfer into the employees' homes and to those offices around us," Miss Streichert adds.

Bluefin Media focuses on green energy and recycling in efforts to positively affect both you and the environment!

About Bluefin Media

Bluefin Media was incorporated in 2003 under the name of Brand Technologies by the founders of Rawhide Internet Services (one of the top 10 SEO/SEM companies in the world that was sold to Exact Advertising in 2003). Only recently was the name changed to Bluefin Media to reflect the true nature, and spirit of the business. The company currently consists of three networks. There is GossipCenter Network (entertainment news), Fashion First Media (fashion), and Global Food Media (food). In addition, the entertainment news and fashion sites all have Hispanic versions with their own original content catering to the given demographic. Bluefin is ranked in the top 25 companies on the Internet (Quantcast 2013), and in any given month has over 50 Million unique visitors from around the world. To learn more about Bluefin Media, and what it can do for your company please visit http://www.bluefinmedia.com.

Contact: Sophia Fisher, Director Marketing/Public Relations
sophia(at)bluefinmedia(dot)com

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