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About 2 days ago from GreenSlate's Twitter via HubSpot
With wins for Best Picture, Best Director, Best Screenplay, and Best Actress, client projects had a big impact at this year's Golden Globes. #GoldenGlobes hubs.ly/H0HrpZc0
About 3 days ago from GreenSlate's Twitter via HubSpot
New Georgia film tax incentive program changes recently took effect. Learn more about the changes in the blog. #GeorgiaFilm hubs.ly/H0H88dn0
Last week from GreenSlate's Twitter via HubSpot
12 NAACP Image Award Nominations for Client Projects hubs.ly/H0H45hg0
Nominated for the Golden Globe for Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy, I Care a Lot, starring Rosamund Pike, arrives on Netflix today. pic.twitter.com/zVguTy9U8p
About 2 weeks ago from GreenSlate's Twitter via HubSpot
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 therefore: 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 Therefore: 8335 sheets per tree
1 sheet of paper = 0.00011318619 trees
1 sheet of paper takes 3 gallons of water to produce