“Green Iris”: Environmentally sustainable practices at Iridia Creative

June 24, 2009 at 2:11 pm Leave a comment

Iridia Creative Productions is committed to a “green” business practice in purple iris style!

  • Low-power computing equipment. The newly purchased computer consumes on average 20 to 25 watts, about a half of a typical computer, to reduce the carbon footage and thermal emission.
  • Non-toxic paints. Whenever possible certified non-toxic paints are used — especially for window painting
  • Electronic, paperless billing. To reduce paper use all invoices are sent and processed electronically.
  • Sourcing recycled art supplies. Many of fine art works are made from recycled or reused supplies to reduce waste in landfill and to save energy needed in production of new art supplies.
  • Commitment to open-source computing platforms and commercial application of open-source software. GNU/Linux and other open-source projects help people reuse older computers. At Iridia Creative Productions almost all work is done on open-source platform.
  • Encouraging bicycling and public transit use.

Entry filed under: artistic practice and skills, By Sarah Morrigan, commercial designs.

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