DENVER --- On January 20, 2009, history will be made as Barack Obama will be sworn in as the 44th President of the United States of America, marking one of the most significant events in the country’s 233-year history. The incoming administration will quickly begin its work to solve many issues facing the country and the world.
Included among those challenges, is creating a nationwide standpoint on the importance of becoming more environmentally friendly and conscious. President Obama and his executive staff will employ all available efforts to promote eco-friendly awareness in aspects of business, government and personal life, which will undoubtedly be a considerable challenge for many to completely fulfill. However, it is important to understand the consequences if these objectives are not accomplished.
Trade Show Emporium, an industry leading resource for environmentally friendly trade show displays and products, understands the challenges facing our planet and is making every stride to revolutionize the trade show industry here in America.
Currently the trade show industry, as a whole, ranks second among the United States’ most waste generated industries in the, according to the Environmental Protection Agency. Among the many items found in this waste are trade show displays that could have easily been kept from reaching landfills and on to recycling facilities. It is the thousands of cases like this that make it imperative for Trade Show Emporium to devote a larger portion of its resources to the environmental cause.
One measure taken by Trade Show Emporium to combat the wastefulness of the industry, is offering an extensive line of green trade show displays, products and accessories. New green trade show products contain a significant portion of materials that had been recycled, while the entire product itself is 100 percent recyclable at the conclusion of its use.
Since adding the extensive line of green trade show displays in April 2008, Trade Show Emporium has further its other eco-friendly causes to include a display recycling service, display rental program and a 3,500 kilowatt solar panel system. The Denver-based business also works closely with the Green Merchant Alliance and GenGreenLife, both Colorado companies, to purchase renewable energy certificates and educate the public about the environment, respectively.
Unfortunately the efforts of Trade Show Emporium and the Obama Administration can only extend so far. It is the hope that everyone will accept their personal responsibilities to fight climate change and encourage others to make the quality of the environment better for future generations.
For more information regarding Trade Show Emporium’s line of green trade show products and other eco-friendly efforts please visit www.tradeshowemporium.com or call 1-866-764-2968.