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Refold's Fraser Callaway and Oliver Ward standing by their cardboard desk design

As someone who spends much of my time seeking creative solutions to problems, there’s something very pleasing about discovering an innovative idea that not only works, but one whose inspiration came from some local Kiwi ingenuity. When I was up in Wellington for an HASANZ meeting last week, I took the opportunity to call in ...

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Green ergonomics; it’s a bit of a trendy term these days, but what does it actually mean?  And why, when the term alone sounds suspiciously expensive, would a business bother? Well, despite sounding costly, green ergonomics promotes good health and saves money. Recent research from industrial ergonomists and members of the US Green Building Council ...

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