Be honest about your eco labels. If your business uses eco-friendly language on its labels, like "green" or "organic," be sure that you're telling the truth. Words like "organic" are defined and regulated by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, so if your product doesn't meet those standards, then you can't use the term.
Reduce paper use. According to the Florida Department of Environmental Protection, the average U.S. worker goes through 10,000 sheets of copy paper per year. So encourage your employees to recycle paper rather than throwing it out. If you mail out bills to clients, give them the option to use an online e-billing program, so they can receive notices via email instead of snail mail.
Update company policy. A final environmental tip for your business is to update company policy. Something as simple as getting your employees to shut off all lights and machines when away from their desks for more than an hour could make an impact for Earth Day.
As the saying goes: Make Earth Day every day. Try to incorporate these environmental tips in your business' operation for the long run.