PropertyRecord.com Offices "Go Green" and Eliminate Paper Waste

In an effort to become more environmentally conscious, the company staff follows through with a proposal to keep all paper use to a minimum.

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This new program will re-route all internal company information to email instead of using paper.

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) March 15, 2013

PropertyRecord.com, a reliable resource for property reports, announced that their company will be practicing more green habits. Through using less paper, the company plans to reduce their environmental footprint.

The new "digital only" plan was proposed by an office employee in an attempt to make other co-workers feel for the green movement. This employee explained how keeping printing volume low will not only help the environment, but will also save the company money.

The employee commented, "A lot of companies are doing it nowadays. We're a digital service so why not just have our paperwork stay digital? There's no need to print out useless memos or emails that people will just throw away anyway."

This new program will re-route all internal company information to email instead of using paper. Funds for printing will be saved, not only in paper weight, but in ink and printer maintenance costs.

"This should make the process for receiving information faster around the office too. Sometimes paperwork can get caught up if the deliverer gets busy or if equipment fails. We'll be more efficient this way," remarked the employee who proposed the idea.

PropertyRecord.com is taking this green initiative step and encourages other small businesses to do it too. Reducing the impact on the world will not only cut company spending, but companies will be doing good for the environment. Learn more about green business practices and how the company is using them from the PropertyRecord.com blog.

About PropertyRecord.com:

PropertyRecord.com allows consumers to look up the value of any home on or off the market. View property records like foreclosures, flood damage, previous owners, value and more. Get more information about a current residence or a home someone is looking to buy with this large property database.