Lighting the Path to a Greener Workplace
Lighting accounts for 15% of global electricity use. Using energy-efficient lights is not only the right thing to do, but it also makes economic sense. That is implement LED and other low-consumption light lamps in our offices. By utilizing these energy-saving technologies, we aim to reduce our environmental impact and promote sustainable practices.
Saying No to Single-Use Plastic
At our company, we prioritize environmental sustainability and actively minimize the use of single-use plastic in our offices. By making conscious choices, we aim to reduce our ecological footprint and contribute to a greener future.
Software Products can Also Turn Greener!
How software is developed and then used defines its carbon footprint. We are still learning in this field but clear early steps have been made toward making our software greener. As a result, our team members care about selecting infrastructures that prioritize renewable energy sources and have a minimal carbon footprint. Furthermore, we leverage the tools offered by leading cloud providers to monitor and minimize our carbon footprint. We are encourage utilizing these tools and engaging in proactive communication with our customers to optimize the resource usage of our products. Our goal is not only to reduce energy consumption but also to minimize infrastructure costs, contributing to a greener future.
Green Software for Superior Quality
At Rubect, we strongly believe that green software leads to a superior product: leaner, cleaner, and more aligned with its intended purpose. While adopting environmentally friendly development methods may initially come with some costs, the long-term benefits far outweigh them.
Moreover, various vendors have begun offering tools in this domain, making it increasingly cost-effective to incorporate these guidelines into the software development lifecycle. By embracing these practices, we not only contribute to a healthier environment but also deliver a higher-quality software solution.