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5 Real Benefits of A Paperless Office

Okay, so I have talked an awful lot about going paperless, and why you should and can with SignTech paperless solutions, and frankly. As long as paper is still being wasted in the millions in the office space, and millions of trees (that we can’t survive without by the way) are being cut down to manufacture this product, there would always be a need to talk about this. That is why, today, I am going to tell you again why your business will actually benefit more from being paperless. It’s not just about us, it’s about you.

Polluted environments kill 1.7 million children anually – WHO

One of the reasons why I like writing on this paperless blog is because I get to talk about the real issues that we face in our world. I am not an activist, or a life saver, or a teacher; all admirable people. However, on this blog, even if it’s for a moment, I somewhat become these three people, all at once.

Become a Friend of the Environment

SignTech is a special company, and not because we sell you business forms or paperless solutions but because we do more than push out a few services. At SignTech we make sure that whatever we do, does good to the environment. When it comes to paper, I believe that the world is more than a few steps behind. A bunch of smart people got together and they predicted that due to the many advancements in technology the demand for paper would reduce. Boy were they wrong. Not only did the demand for paper not reduce, but it is expected to double by the year 2030.

a loaf of wheat bread

Get a Loaf of This

Bread. My old Nemesis... and friend. I have a love-hate relationship with bread. It’s one of those foods that I really wish I could stop eating forever. Yes, forever. I just feel like perhaps my fitness dreams could be achieved if I could just drop this calorie-packed-yet-oh-so-good carb. It is separating me from my ‘rock-hard abs’ destiny, or at least I like to tell myself that. Anyways, I digress.

Could Small Ponds be Accelerating Gobal Warming?

Rising temperatures could accelerate climate change by reducing the amount of carbon dioxide stored in ponds and increasing the methane they release, new research shows.

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