Use Paperless Billing
It's been estimated that the average household can save 24-square feet of forest about two trees, left to grow for 10 years in the first year of using paperless billing.
Oh, and we estimate you can save up to $70 a year by switching to electronic billing for just four monthly bills. There's a reason so many billers have been pushing customers to accept paperless billing; it saves them money too, not only in paper, but in stamps and processing.
While you're at the home office, commit to printing on both sides of the page, reusing scrap paper for as many print jobs as possible, reviewing drafts electronically before making the final print, and only printing the text you truly have to all of which will help you reduce your paper waste.
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