Millions of tons of copy paper are used annually that is harmful to the environment. Fortunately, there are many steps that businesses can take to save trees and our environment.
In an article in epa.gov “The average office worker in the US uses 10,000 sheets of copy paper each year. Office workers in the US generate approximately two pounds of paper and paperboard products every day.”
CredNet has joined the force of businesses that are caring for our planet and taking the following steps to protect Mother Earth by using sound environmental practices such as minimizing waste and reducing harmful air emissions.
CredNet owner Ryan McElveen said, “The efficiencies of being a greener company will help CredNet grow and add value to our relationships with current/future customers and affiliates, making these green initiatives a win-win for all.”
Credit repair paper work is easy and stress free because all forms are done online and conversations are by phone. The credit repair specialists help clients remotely, reducing travel--saving gas and preventing pollution by document scanning.
CredNet has scanned over 90% of the company’s files into electronic format and has created an encrypted digital filing system, eliminating paper folders and files helping their administrative functions become more efficient.
Another article in epa.gov said, ”vehicle exhaust contributes roughly 60% of all carbon monoxide emissions nationwide and up to 95 percent in cities. Sadly, this is what we breath in everyday.
Other green methods CredNet is taking is having the cliet use electronic signatures. This allows the client the convenience of electronically signing their documents saving valuable time and preventing pollution. Furthermore, clients receive real-time notifications via email and through an online portal. If you don’t open your e-mail, they will resend another e-mail or call you to ensure you get the information you need to take the next steps into your credit repair.
CredNet has a strong commitment in achieving cleaner air to protect the earth by reducing its impact on the environment and offering low rates to clients. This is a win-win for everyone.
Published on Aug 03, 2011