Converting paper into electronic files is a great way for companies prevent future waste…but we want to do even more.
Manchester, NH (PRWEB) April 23, 2015
New England Document Systems (NEdocs), a New Hampshire based provider of document scanning and management services, announces that Earth Day will mark the beginning of their Plants for Paper program.
The Plants for Paper program is a corporate fundraiser being held from April 22nd (Earth Day) to June 22nd. During this time period, New England Document Systems will be donating 1 tree to the Nature Conservancy’s Plant a Billion Trees campaign for every 2 boxes of documents scanned at their Manchester, NH service bureau.
NEdocs is encouraging businesses within the New England area and their existing customers to reach out and get their boxes in as soon as possible.
“We wanted to do something special for Earth Day – something that would have a tangible impact. In our industry, we are very close to paper, and we understand the impact that it has had on our environment,” stated Christopher Zybert, NEdocs' Media Coordinator. “Converting paper into electronic files is a great way for companies prevent future waste…but we want to do even more. What could be better than planting a forest that is supported by our local business community?”
About New England Document Systems:
New England Document Systems provides cost-effective document scanning and management services that help businesses of all sizes operate more effectively while reducing costs. NEdocs services include document scanning, offsite records storage, document management software, invoice pre-processing, AP automation, and workflow automation. With over 30 years of industry excellence, New England Document Systems has established itself as New England’s leading provider of document conversion and paperless solutions.
About The Nature Conservancy:
The Nature Conservancy is the leading conservation organization working around the world to protect ecologically important lands and waters for nature and people. They address pressing conservation threats at the largest scale. Thanks to the support of more than 1 million members, they have built a tremendous record of success since their founding in 1951.
About Plant a Billion Trees Campaign:
The Plant a Billion Trees campaign is an unprecedented restoration initiative launched by The Nature Conservancy in 2008. Their first project was to restore Brazil's Atlantic Forest, and now they have expanded to include forest projects in the United States and China. By planting trees and helping forests regrow where they have been severely degraded, they are helping to ensure clean water, air, diverse species and full, healthy forests for future generations.