By Jonathan Riemer 

Earth Day is April 22, but it’s more than just one day! Just ask these DocuSigners. These courageous customers are making a significant and positive impact on our planet 24/7/365.

Carol Dingle

VP, Technical Services, On Assignment

Switched all documents to digital for the company’s 20,000 to 30,000 temporary employees savings hundreds of thousands of sheets of paper.

Dominic Namnath, CIO

Tri-Counties Regional Center – Reduced annual paper consumption by 60%

Laura Martella, Director of Human Resources

San Diego Zoo – Saved more than 30,000 sheets of paper since launching in 2014

What does their hard work and the efforts of all DocuSigners add up to for the environment?

Since our customers started using electronic review, approval, and sign-off, they have saved:

  • 10+ billion pieces of paper (which is about 2m453 Empire State Buidings stacked on top of eachother)
  • 316,000 barrels of oil
  • 59+ Central Parks worth of trees
  • 3,672 Trucks of waste
  • 1,851 Olympic-sized swimming pools

What can you do to conserve more natural resources?

Sources:

Intellicap

http://www.edf.org/papercalculator

http://www.centralparknyc.org/visit/trees-blooms/

http://www.epa.gov/cleanenergy/energy-resources/calculator.html#results

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-02-21/empire-state-building-ipo-settlement-gets-preliminary-approval.html

Good Question: How Much Electricity Does San Francisco Use Daily?

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