Venice, FL, May 29, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- A year ago, Cramer Toyota of Venice committed to a recycle program. At the time Cramer Toyota of Venice decided to go green in a big way. After analyzing the recycling efforts being put forth at Cramer Toyota of Venice, it revealed that there more that they could do. Cramer Toyota of Venice assigned a team of employees to figure out how to best accomplish the task. Josh Jorge the Service Manager at Cramer Toyota of Venice, and the team eventually involved employees from each department. According to Josh Jorge the Service Manager at Cramer Toyota of Venice, “We had strong initial involvement, we purchased special containers and we let it go.” In no time, Cramer Toyota of Venice realized that they had to empty the containers almost daily. Jodi McKinney the Controller at Cramer Toyota of Venice then took the lead in finding ways to recycle paper products. According to McKinney, “At first it was just waste paper, but then we realized that not just the office created waste paper. Every department in the dealership creates waste paper and once we purchased special recycle bins, we really stared to see some volume.” McKinney, states further, “we have lots of documents of a sensitive nature, and we use a shredder service. We even got them on the bandwagon.” General Manager Richard Bond explains, “We went from recycling things like batteries, oil, scrap metal and tires to recycling paper, cans, plastics and waste paper. A pleasant surprise was that we think in the not too distant future we will actually be able to cut back on our regular trash collection saving the company additional money.” Cramer Toyota of Venice with over 105 employees, and started small but now it is spreading to our employee’s personal lives. Once people see you care, they get involved and at Cramer Toyota of Venice the “Green Fever” is spreading. If you want information on how they were able to accomplish so much so fast, call Josh Jorge, Jodi McKinney or Richard Bond at 941-484-9000.