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Verizon Promotes Online Billing to Conserve Natural Resources
Bedminster, NJ— Verizon Wireless, the nation’s leading wireless service provider, announced that the company’s consolidated and online billing options will reduce the amount of paper used for customer bills by more than 550 million sheets per year, preserving more than 7,500 trees annually.
In addition, consolidated and online billing saves more than 3.6 million kilowatt hours of electricity and more than 165,000 pounds of ink each year.
Verizon Wireless’ HopeLine program, one of the industry’s longest recycling efforts, has collected more than 2 million phones to date — diverting approximately 400 tons of material from landfills.
Verizon Wireless has rolled out consolidated billing across the country, using about 40 percent less paper to produce customers’ monthly billing statements. Customers are still able to view itemized charges to their bills by logging onto Verizon Wireless Website. Verizon Wireless customers also have the option to completely eliminate paper bills by using online payment options.