Thursday, November 12, 2009

Confused about sustainability in the landscape biz?— Get the book

The “Sustainable Movement” in the United States is not a passing fad. The push toward sustainability in terms of preserving our resources (and let's consider our businesses to be valuable resources) and enhancing our environment is here to stay. And it’s only going to get bigger.

If you’re uncertain about what it means to the your company (and the industry as a whole), get your hands on and read the latest Crystal Ball Report from the Professional Landcare Network (PLANET).

PLANET made the publication —“Green Industry ECOnomics: Innovating Toward a Sustainable and Profitable Future” — available for the first time at the recent Green Industry Conference in Louisville.

This 107-page publication, which features the thoughts and experiences of more than 20 experienced Green Industry and environmental professionals, will give you a great understanding of the significance of sustainability as it applies to the landcare industry. It will provides case studies and many great ideas for making your company more sustainable — both in terms of the environment and in terms of profitability.

“Green Industry ECOnomics” is just one of many publications that you’ll find invaluable in running a successful landscape/lawn service company at PLANET’s online bookstore. Click here to access the bookstore. — Ron Hall


Richard said...

What I liked best about Green Industry ECOnomics is that even though it is a great introduction to how green industry providers can start to conceive of becoming more eco-friendly, it also is loaded with some great industry case studies.
R Heller

Anonymous said...

Planet continues to provide it's stakeholders with outstanding value. With so much "gray" around Green, the new Crystal Ball report provides clarity on the subject, and presents a plethora of opportunities that will provide companies with a "sustainable" competitive advantage! Judy Guido, Guido & Associates

Shayne newman said...

Thanks Planet! What an easy read.
Very informative information coming from pioneers of our industry. I think that alot of us are more "Green" than we realize, we need to let the public know it.