Saving the planet just got a little easier. Earth Day is celebrated on April 22 this year! Looking to do your part? Enroll in eStatements!
eStatements is a FREE and convenient service that not only helps you stay on top of your accounts, but it also helps save the environment. With eStatements, you receive your monthly statement online so there is no waiting for the post man. This service also reduces the risk of identity theft because your statement no longer has the opportunity to be stolen, delivered to the wrong address or taken from the trash. Your statements are accessible 24 hours a day from any Internet access point, with the past 24 months of statements still available any time you need them. You CAN reduce the paper clutter with eStatements.
According to ecology.com, the world consumes 300 million tons of paper each year! The United States uses 30% of the paper supply, but only makes up 5% of the world’s population. The harmful emissions and chemicals used to make paper products are very damaging to the environment. The other harmful factor is the massive quantity of trees needed to produce the amount of paper necessary. The paper manufacturers have moved to utilizing tree farms for materials, but the demand is still higher than the amount of trees available, and therefore, they have to dip into second and first growth forests for supplies.
So how can we as consumers help with this environmental crisis? We can Reuse, Reduce and Recycle!
By enrolling in not only eStatements, but also our other online services, we are able to reduce our paper use and more efficiently serve you. eStatements is only one of the services we provide, you can also utilize Internet Banking, Mobile Banking and eAlerts. No matter which you prefer you are giving back to our environment!
Looking for other ways to give back? Visit spoonful.com for ideas involving the whole family or earthday.org for even more ways to GO GREEN!
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