GreenSlate will sponsor the 5th Annual ‘Produced By: New York’ Conference on November 10th. Attending #ProducedByNY? Let us know — we’d love to say hello!
About 3 days ago from GreenSlate's Twitter via HubSpot
As a result of the #MeToo movement, both NYC and NY State have enacted Sexual Harassment Prevention Legislation in 2018. Learn about next steps for employers in the blog.
About 2 weeks ago from GreenSlate's Twitter via HubSpot
GreenSlate was proud to sponsor the IFP’s 40th Anniversary Reception and to also honor Sandra Schulberg, IFP's founder, who received an Honorary Gotham Award. #ifpweek #makeithappenIFP
Last month from GreenSlate's Twitter via HubSpot
Film and TV production are huge revenue drivers for states. How do the benefits of production impact communities on a local level though? Find out in the blog.
New Jersey is now one of 44 states that have agreed to share worker misclassification information with the U.S. Department of Labor. What does this mean for the production industry? Learn more in the blog.
With Eco Tracker, you’re able to measure the ecological footprint of your production, form by form. You’ll be able to view breakdowns and totals of all the paper, carbon, and water saved by using Greenslate as your payroll provider, as well as the amount of carbon you’ve prevented from entering the atmosphere. Basis for Eco Tracker calculations:
Making 88 sheets of 20# 8.5″x11″ releases 1 pound of CO2
1 sheet – 1 88th of a pound (0.01136363636 / pound)
1 pound = 0.0005 US tons
1 sheet of paper = 0.00005681818 tons / CO2
One tree can create 1 2/3 cartons or 16.67 reams of regular 8 1/2” x 11” copy paper
500 sheets per ream
8335 sheets per tree
1 sheet of paper = 0.00011318619 trees
1 sheet of paper takes 3 gallons of water to produce