EcoEnclose has worked with over 10, ecommerce companies, ranging from large, international brands to individual artisans and entrepreneurs who were just getting their ecommerce shop off the ground. We love working with, learning from and being inspired by every single one of them! Through this experience, we have developed a broad offering beyond what is available on our website. Read on for case studies describing some of the innovative solutions we've provided. Are you interested in unique, high volume custom solutions or strategic packaging guidance? If so, read more about what kind of services we can offer and contact us through this page or via support ecoenclose.
Eco-Friendly Packaging Case Studies: Special Projects
While it is hard to make a complete switch to a sustainable lifestyle, sometimes baby steps are the only answer. Quite a few of the people behind these houses have left the city life behind for their new homes, deciding to spend the better half of their lives away from the hustle and bustle, the pollution and the crowds, all for a little peace. If you know of more Indians who deserve to be on this list, write in to us at [email protected]. At some point, everyone has conjured up their own little dream escapade — but these two young women made theirs come true. Not only did they design their own mud cottage, but they also built it! Located in the quaint hill town of Kodaikanal, the house was built with a conscientious effort to reuse waste materials. Old non-biodegradable cement sacks bound with barbed wires make for walls, tyres for window openings and a mud plaster to even out the wall surfaces.
Eco Friendly: Why green houses and offices are the need of the hour
We are currently in Beta version and updating this search on a regular basis. In order to start integrating embodied carbon studies into projects to meet sustainability goals, it is important to consider many factors such as carbon kgCO2e values, and what typical ranges of values to be aware of when designing for embodied carbon reduction. This e-book presents an overview of how to start integrating embodied carbon studies in your projects. Ventilation serves two main purposes in a room: first, to remove pollutants and provide clean air; second, to meet the metabolic needs of the occupants, providing pleasant temperatures weather permitting. It is well known that environments with inadequate ventilation can bring serious harm to the health of the occupants and, especially in hot climates, thermal discomfort.