By Brad Newton, vice president, Australia and New Zealand, DocuSign

According to Clean Up Australia, Australian’s are consuming on average 3,672,000 tonnes of paper between per year, with only a 45 per cent recycling rate. The average office worker bins around 50kg of paper each year which equates to a staggering 10,000 sheets of A4 paper. That’s a lot of trees being thrown in the trash.

And it’s not just the trees that add up, but all that time and money wasted filing, storing, accessing, and refilling your paper documents.

Here are couple of videos to help you consider the impact using paper can have on your business and our natural resources:

Save some green in the forest.

This video explores the heavy toll that printing and sending and copying and filing forms has on natural resources. And how switching to digital document review, approval, and signature can make a stunning difference.

Save some green in your budget.

This video explores how paper-dependent processes rob companies of billions of dollars a year. And how switching to digital document review, approval, and signature can bring about significant savings of time, money, and natural resources.

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