(PRWEB) October 17, 2013
YellowPagesGoesGreen.org, a directory website at the forefront of the environmentally-conscious “Green” movement, is proud to announce the expansion of their White Pages services into Georgia, giving residents access to a vast residential telephone directory search database.
“The State of Georgia might just be greener than you think. Georgia funds projects like landfill methane recovery and renewable-energy projects. Governor’s Energy Challenge is a unique initiative to help Georgians conserve energy as well as Keeping Forests in Forests (KFIF), is an environmentally-friendly program that allows to offset carbon footprint by using Georgia’s forests to capture and store atmospheric carbon,” said President Michael Keegan.
YellowPagesGoesGreen.org is a cutting-edge website and alternative to print directories that delivers over 28.5 million up-to-the-minute listings of businesses throughout the United States; users can quickly, easily, and conveniently access the information they need to find the services and listings they want. In addition, YellowPagesGoesGreen.org now brings “people data” with its combination of WhitePagesGoesGreen.org, adding over 200,000,000 million residential telephone numbers in the United States.
"The expansion of our web site into Georgia offers residents a powerful and green alternative to traditional residential print directories; instead of a wasteful, cumbersome, annually-produced, paper-based phone books that are often rendered out-of-date weeks or even days after they are published" Keegan added.
About Yellow Pages Directory Inc.,
YellowPagesGoesGreen.org and PaperlessPetition.org offer an environmentally-friendly Web-based alternative to paper telephone directories while providing a simple and convenient mechanism for customers to opt out from the receipt of printed yellow books.