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Bioworld Goes Green with Sustainability Efforts

Bioworld is leading the charge on sustainability.

License Global

April 22, 2020

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As millions celebrate the 50th anniversary of Earth Day on April 22, leading lifestyle manufacturer Bioworld Merchandising is leading the charge and firmly placing its focus on sustainability.

In the third episode of its newsletter The Bioworld Connection, entitled “Green Goals,” Bioworld is highlighting its eco-friendly initiatives and sustainability efforts.

Bioworld’s green-focused efforts have been taking shape for years, and the company built an internal task-force in 2019 to plan and execute four strategic initiatives as the anchor for its comprehensive sustainability plan.

“Our process is designed to engage and empower people with a goal to increase collaboration and measurability,” says Jason Mayes, director, marketing, intellectual property, Bioworld Merchandising. “We are thinking outside the box and embracing new technology.”

In the latest edition of The Bioworld Connection, out today to coincide with Earth Day, the company details its plans to go green and lead the manufacturing sector with its eco-friendly actions.

The Earth Day edition of The Bioworld Connection reads:

“Today (April 22, 2020) marks the 50th anniversary of Earth Day. We were going to sponsor a public park and gather as a company to clean and improve the surroundings, instead we’re sheltering in place at our homes. However, we look at this challenging time as a catalyst of change for the environment and what we can do to improve it.  Our process begins with the environment and people in mind.  This is carried through our entire organization to our valued retailer customers, brand partners and consumers. 

The Bioworld team takes this seriously.  We encourage healthy habits in all our staff both professionally and personally.  From mental well-being, to recycling, to financial planning.  Bioworld takes pride in making a difference in small ways, as much as big ways.

We are working to reduce the energy output and carbon footprint in everything we do.  Things like working remotely, installing motion activated LED lighting throughout our corporate headquarters, reducing water usage, implementing battery power throughout our warehouse facility, no plastic or 1-use water bottles in our offices, no plastic cutlery, staff incentivized recycling programs… you get the idea.”

For more information on Bioworld and The Bioworld Connection, please visit BioworldMerch.com.

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