St. Louis, MO, May 18, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Educator and communications specialist Jean Ponzi joins SBTV.com in an exclusive podcast series devoted to businesses “going Green.”
Green practices for small business are more accessible and beneficial than ever before. With rising energy costs, an increasingly Green-savvy public, and many kinds of resource-crunches in the news, Green thinking is paying dividends in more ways than one.
In a series of podcast interviews- Ponzi provides small businesses with helpful tips on creating a recycling center in the workplace, ways to reduce waste and preserve resources, and explains how small businesses everywhere can really save some budget green by making a few simple changes around the shop or office.
As an educator and communications specialist for EarthWays Center, a division of Missouri Botanical Garden, Ponzi promotes sustainability in everyday practices for businesses and homeowners. Her expertise on environmental topics include recycling and waste reduction, indoor air quality, native plant landscaping, energy efficiency, and systems of Green Building that incorporate all these areas of action, and more.
Ponzi is also the producer and host of a weekly environmental radio talk show called Earthworms – a part of her public education work for nearly 20 years, on KDHX-St. Louis Community Radio.
As a new member of SBTV.com’s Featured Advisor team, Ponzi says, “When a business owner or employee Green Team works like an ecosystem – where planning and operations are interconnected and every waste product goes on to a new use – your Green actions can translate into greener profit, through more efficient practices and marketable values.”
This informative interview is just one of many Featured Advisor Podcasts available 24/7 on SBTV.com, the premier video news and information site for America’s 25 million small businesses.
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