eBay Green Team Does Its Part For The Environment

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Two years ago, 40 eBay employees started up the eBay Green Team to help push the company in a greener direction, and yesterday marked the official launch of the eBay Green Team website. Their efforts so far have been a huge success, and now the Green Team is made up of more than 1,000 employees across 18 countriesebay green team

Two years ago, 40 eBay employees started up the eBay Green Team to help push the company in a greener direction, and yesterday marked the official launch of the eBay Green Team website. Their efforts so far have been a huge success, and now the Green Team is made up of more than 1,000 employees across 18 countries. eBay is proud of the fact that their revolution in online shopping promotes recycling of products and selling them to someone who wants them rather than tossing them in a landfill. Now, in addition to their already massive list of product sales, they have a sustainable products section, and a resource saving products section. If you’re in the market for anything new this spring, check out eBay before anywhere else – not only will it likely be cheaper, but you’ll be reducing, reusing and recycling as well!

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