ST. LOUIS, Mo. — Retailers overwhelmed by the confusing hodgepodge of environmental regulations, labels and products now have a resource to help make sense of it all, thanks to idX Corporation's new Guide to Green Retailing. idX, a worldwide provider of fixture manufacturing, logistics and project management for the retail, hospitality, financial and point-of-purchase markets, has published the guide to supplement the sustainability advisory services it provides to clients.
"Retailers are being inundated with new products, new labels and new terminology," said Lisa Thompson, Assoc. AIA, LEED AP, idX's director of Environmental Development. "At the same time, they are facing new legislation and guidelines that will change the way they do business. They need guidance, and idX is positioned to help."
idX, the first major fixture company to make a commitment to sustainability, guides its clients through challenging legislation and advises on alternative solutions for healthier retail environments.
idX's advisory services have been in high demand among clients this year, Thompson added. "By publishing this guide, we are able to share our expertise with a wider audience and help other retailers who may be struggling."