Vyne, a recognized leader in end-to-end health information exchange and electronic healthcare communication management, hosted earlier today a company-wide “Growing Vyne Day.” The event took place across more than 20 states with in-person tree plantings in Indianapolis, Knoxville, Atlanta, and Kansas City and virtual events for remote employees in cities across the country. More than 100 employees participated in the event as part of the company’s drive to support global change and sustainability. In addition to donating time and resources to plant trees, the company’s medical, dental, and insurance payer businesses provide technology platforms that enable clients to reduce paper and consumption of other natural resources.
For cities and properties that intend to stay livable into the foreseeable future, these circular operations are quickly becoming less of an option and more of a necessity.
Renew welcomes Anne Martinelli to the new position of Sustainable Housing Advocate. Anne is responsible for Renew’s advocacy for sustainable housing policy.
Those new high-performance windows or that efficient boiler might look like a smart way to achieve energy targets but sometimes the most sustainable technologies are not well suited to a new building or a retrofit.
Flat-packed designs are really quite intriguing! They’re portable, easy to put together, and occupy minimum space. And, this innovative technology is now being introduced to almost all kinds of product designs…including furniture! From foldable chairs to pet houses, there’s nothing that cannot be flat-packed. These designs, not only rate high on space efficiency, but also eliminate the usage of heavier space-consuming designs. They are definitely functionally and ergonomically beneficial, but they also possess minimal and clean aesthetics, that allow them to harmoniously blend with any living space. Flat-packed furniture is also a major boon when you’re moving houses. You can easily ship all your furniture from one home to another, without having to do any heavy lifting and carrying. Flat-packed furniture designs are truly the future!