Let's Celebrate Earth Day

And Make A Difference

Here at Kerneel, we love celebrating the Earth after all it is our only home and it is up to us to protect it. In honor of our beautiful planet, Kerneel is helping raising awareness this Earth Day. This year, "Let's Make A Difference" by making Earth Day every day.

  • 1Reduce - the amount of waste you create
  • 2Reuse - everyday items
  • 3Recycle - waste materials into new products

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About Us

KERNEEL CORPORATION is a proud Canadian company that offers an International Trading, End-to-end On-line Digital Marketing, and Offshore KPO/ BPO Consulting services and helping clients become high-performance businesses. With Head office in the heart of the financial district in Toronto (Ontario) and Sales, Development and Procurement offices in Dubai, Hong Kong, India, Kazakhstan, Russia, Singapore, Thailand, Ukraine and United States of America; KERNEEL CORPORATION have established a reputation as one of the leading Digital Marketing, Process Consulting, and Export and Import company. KERNEEL has resourceful expansion plan in Greater Vancouver Area and Vancouver Island specializing in establishment of International Trading, Digital Marketing and On-line Marketing solutions.

  • CORPORATE VISION: To be recognized as the global leader and constantly leading International Trading, Digital Marketing, and Business Process Consulting Company at delivering the best customer experience in markets we serve, by providing commodities, solutions and services at the prices and conditions that improve our stakeholders' work, processes and business results.
  • CORPORATE MISSION: KERNEEL CORPORATION is a socially and environmentally responsible global Company committed to building long-term growth in volume and profit and to be recognized in the global leadership and in constantly leading position by providing commodities via international trading, online marketing via digital marketing, and outsourcing consulting & solution via BPO/ KPO services of superior value that improve the lives of the world's consumers and our people, our shareholders, and the communities in which we live and work to prosper.

Earth Day 2012

Let's Make a Difference

Every One Can Make a Difference



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Our Services

KERNEEL Digital Marketing Solutions: KERNEEL CORPORATION has a proven experience in helping clients; develop, implement, and manage leading-edge Digital Media and Internet initiatives. Organizations we work with view the new media & web as an exciting and dynamic new business channel and they depend on Kerneel Corporation to put together a digital marketing plan that deliver results. We efficiently deploy strategies that are based on the Internet and new Media to meet business and marketing objectives and work together with global organizations to develop end-to-end intelligent digital strategies that deliver results.

KERNEEL ExIm (Export/ Import) Solutions: KERNEEL CORPORATION specializes in distribution, export/import, warehousing and trading services. We Import Natural Stones (Granite, Marble, Onyx, Sandstone and other Natural Stones), Food Grains and other commodities, product and services. We also export Scrap Metals, Lumber Woods and Paper Pulps. The corporation currently holds a partnership with suppliers in the United Kingdom, India, Italy, Germany, China, South Pacific, United States of America and Canada. KERNEEL is actively building a strong and long lasting partnership with large and small corporations to expand its operation and render quick, efficient, reliable and competitive services.

Our Sustainability Initiatives: KERNEEL CORPORATION also demonstrates its commitment to sustainability with carefully considered goals, programs and partners. We take Environment very seriously hence sustainable processes and steps are key focus in our corporate vision. Reporting Sustainability, based on the GRI (Global Reporting Initiative) framework is an integral part of our corporate DNA. Each business steps are well planned towards sustainability. Processes are well aligned and mapped to reduce carbon footprint. Employees and partners are environment savvy and motivated by sustainability centric incentive programs.

ECO Tips

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    Reduce / Reuse / Recycle

    • Proper maintenance reduces waste! Don't trash it - reuse it! Be creative as you look for new ways to reduce the amount or kinds of household waste. By thinking creatively, you will often find new uses for common items and new ways to recycle and reduce waste.
    • Just bag it! Help protect the environment when you shop. Keep reusable bags on your car seat or near your door so they are easy to grab when you go.
    • Travel green! Look for hotels that encourage guests to use less water or energy. Before you go, unplug your computer, DVD player, and other electronics, and turn down your thermostat.
    • Compost it! Compost helps improve soil so it holds more water and plants grow better. Allow grass clippings to stay on the lawn, instead of bagging them.
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    Use Water Efficiently

    • Make it a full load! Run your dishwasher only when it's full. Don't pre-rinse dishes - tests show pre-rinsing doesn't improve dishwasher cleaning, and you'll save as much as 20 gallons of water per load.
    • Be sensible! The Earth might seem like it has abundant water, but in fact only one percent of all water on the planet is available for humans.
    • Shower power! A full bathtub requires about 70 gallons of water, but taking a five-minute shower saves water by using 10 to 25 gallons.
    • Don't be a drip - fix that leak! Leaky faucets can waste thousands of gallons of water each year, like money down the drain.
    • Make it a full load! The average washing machine uses 40.9 gallons of water per load. If you buy a new washer, shop for a high-efficiency washer that needs less than 28 gallons of water per load.

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    Out in Nature

    • Restoration: Organize a community group to clean up a local stream, highway, park, or beach.
    • Tree-Planting: Form a tree-planting group with family and/or friends: commit to planting and maintaining an agreed-upon number of trees over your life times. Plan regular gatherings for tree-planting and watering.
    • Native Garden: Learn about creating a Native Garden. Get to know the specific ecosystem your home is located in (e.g., Oak Woodland, Grasslands) and select plants native to this ecosystem.
    • Carbon Debt: Work off your carbon dioxide "debt" by planting trees!
    • Balloons: Never release balloons outdoors. They frequently find their way to open water (even from 100's of miles away) and can harm or kill turtles, whales, and other marine mammals.
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    Environmentally Protective Choices

    • Play it safe! Children are curious but they are also more sensitive to substances in the environment. Protect children from accidental poisoning by locking up your household cleaners, pesticides, paint thinners, and other substances.
    • Play it safe! Children are curious but they are also more sensitive to substances in the environment. Protect children from accidental poisoning by locking up your household cleaners, pesticides, paint thinners, and other substances.
    • During hot weather, don't top off your gas tank. Refuel your car or truck in the early morning or the evening when it's cooler.
    • Don't let pet waste run off! You can help reduce polluted storm water runoff by just picking up your pet's poop and dispose of it properly. Leaving pet waste on the ground increases public health risks by allowing harmful bacteria or organic material to wash into the storm drain and eventually into local waterbodies.
    • Read the label! You might not realize it, but on a pesticide container, the label is the law. Pesticide product labels provide critical safety information for handling and use. Always read the label.
    • Exercising outdoors? Regular exercise makes us feel great and keeps us healthy. Before you head out for your workout or run, check the air quality forecast for your local area
    • Protect yourself from sun overexposure! In summer, always apply sun block SPF 15 or more to protect your skin from solar UV radiation.
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    Save Energy

    • Reduce your carbon footprint! Leaving your car at home twice a week can cut greenhouse gas emissions by 1,600 pounds per year.
    • Don't idle! Remind your school system to turn off bus engines when buses are parked. Exhaust from idling school buses can pollute air in and around the bus, and can enter school buildings through air intakes, doors, and open windows.
    • It's electric! You can check how much of your electricity comes from renewable "green" power sources, such as wind or solar. Green power produces less carbon emissions, reduces air pollution, and helps protect against future costs or scarcity of fossil fuels.
    • Tread lightly! Use public transportation, carpool, walk, or bike whenever possible to reduce air pollution and save on fuel costs. Leaving your car at home just two days a week will reduce greenhouse gas emissions by an average of 1,600 pounds per year.
    • Make your home an Energy Star! When you do home maintenance, also do a home energy audit to find out how you can save money by making your home more energy efficiency.
    • eCycle it! Take your old computer, DVD player, or other electronics to an electronics recycling center. Reusing and recycling materials like copper, gold, and others saves natural resources and reduces mining and processing. eCycling also helps avoid land, air, and water pollution by capturing and reusing hazardous substances such as lead or chromium.
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    ECO Design

    • Ecodesign is an approach to design of a product with special consideration for the environmental impacts of the product during its whole lifecycle.
    • In a life cycle assessment the life cycle of a product is usually divided into procurement, manufacture, use and disposal. Ecodesign is a growing responsibility and understanding of our ecological footprint on the planet.
    • Green awareness, over population, industrialization and an increased environmental population have led to the questioning of consumer values.
    • It is imperative to search for new building solutions that are environmentally friendly and lead to a reduction in the consumption of materials and energy.

Craft Gallery

ECO Friendly Craft For Kids

How to make gift bags from envelopes.

There are lots of attractive recycled papers and materials available from arts, crafts and stationery shops or you can use any nice patterned papers, catalogues or magazines you come across too.

How to make a Rosette decoration from paper

The good news is when they start to look a little tired, or you decide you want new colours / patterns, the old ones can simply be recycled and you can quickly and easily make replacements.


How to make a hanging paper Decoration
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Celebrate Earth Day, Every Day

What is Earth Day?

Each year, Earth Day - April 22 - marks the anniversary of what many consider the birth of the modern environmental movement in 1970. Earth Day celebrates our amazing planet Earth. And the plants and animals that live here with us! Did you know that over 100 countries celebrate Earth Day? This day reminds us to appreciate nature and learn ways to protect us.

What can I do to support Earth Day?

To mark Earth Day and support the movement on an ongoing basis, you can:

  • Set up a compost bin in your backyard to reduce waste and fertilize your yard.
  • Replace all incandescent bulbs with fluorescent lighting
  • Plant a tree or flowering plant in your yard.
  • Volunteer your time and services to environmental causes.
  • Write to local authorities about a cause that you are interested in.
  • Buy carbon offsets to offset your energy consumption.
  • Go paperless as far as possible by paying bills online.
  • Conserve water by watching your consumption at home.
  • Use public transportation to commute to work.
  • Everyone can make a difference!

    Everyone can make a difference! We all can link between everyday actions at greenhouse gas emissions, and climate change. Become a "climate ambassador" leader in your school, company or neighborhood and motivate friends, schools, companies and community leaders. Talk to you friends - help spread the word!

Videos to learn more

Garden Waste - how it is recycled

Collection Services - what happens to your waste after collection

Contact

  • The Toronto Star Building, 1 Yonge Street, Toronto, ON, M5E 1W7
  • earthday@kerneel.com

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