All posts in "Bill’s Journal"

Definitely NOT recyclable!

By Bill Alpert / August 19, 2008

Much is made of recycling and sustainable practices, and for good reason. Thankfully, many of our foods and commodities (including paper) are to some extent renewable resources. On the other hand, few people are aware that perhaps our planet’s most important resource is being systematically destroyed, with the full support of governments around the world, […]


10 cents worth of shampoo

By Bill Alpert / July 8, 2008

How can just a few words and a single ounce of shampoo bring fortune to your company? How can saving a few pennies end up costing you hundreds or thousands of dollars? I’m in Chicago on an extended business trip, and decided to try a new (to me) hotel chain: Extended Stay Hotels. Upon checking […]


My new company car

By Bill Alpert / June 13, 2008

In the wake of $4.59 gasoline, I can’t think of a better time to think green than right now. Maybe even better than thinking green, each of us has the power to take positive steps in the direction of renewable resources, cleaner air and a healthier life. It’s 5 miles from my front door to […]

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