National Education Servicing’s Commitment to ’Go Green’ Pays Off

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National Education Servicing blasts past its goal for adoption of paperless correspondence.

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As of today, we have 40% enrollment in our ‘go green’ initiative, exceeding our goal and saving more than two trees worth of paper a month.

At the start of this year, National Education Servicing established a goal to have 35% of its customers using electronic correspondence by June 2012. As of today, we have 40% enrollment in our ‘go green’ initiative, exceeding our goal and saving more than two trees worth of paper a month.

National Education Servicing’s borrowers enjoy our paperless correspondence feature because it saves time, money and the environment. These customers are also guaranteed security and confidentiality as all their electronic mail is stored in a private ‘inbox’ available only through a secure website password.

We estimate nearly 40 trees are saved each year with our electronic correspondence, scrubbing approximately 520 pounds of carbon from the air in addition to carbon saved from being emitted by manufacturing and transporting the paper and mail. Making the small change to receive your correspondence electronically instead of on paper really adds up to a big change that we can all be proud of.

Our environmental commitments extend to services we offer our clients as well, with our 100% paperless application process.

National Education is proud of our work to make the world a better place to live.

National Education, established in 1988, is a financial solution company sharply focused on developing, marketing, originating and servicing education financial products. National Education has received the “Exceptional Performer” designation from the U.S. Department of Education.

For more information, contact:
Matt Scotty at 800.345.4325 ext 5173, President, National Education Servicing
Ken Bogacki at 800.345.4325 ext 5509, Vice President, National Education Servicing

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