Save as WWF, Save a Tree!

What a novel idea! We’re always talking about paperless processes here at Bitebank Websites. We’ve spoken to countless dentists that are seeking information on how to have their offices to go paperless. Now, in our organization, we’re fully paperless (with the exception of any point of sale materials for things like trade shows). Everything else is saved as a PDF. But, as the message from the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) states:

“Every day, entire forests are cut down to make paper. Paper that’s senselessly used to print out documents all over
the world: websites, emails, even entire books, in spite of the fact that it’s easy to avoid printing by saving the document as a PDF. But even PDFs can sometimes also be printed out. So to stop unnecessary printing and encourage a new awareness about the use of paper, we’ve developed a new, green file format: WWF. A format that can’t be printed out. A simple idea that saves trees. Join in. Decide for yourself which of your documents don’t need printing – and save them as WWF.”

Please view ‘How to save a tree’ (brought to you by the World Wildlife Fund)

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Kathy says:

Awesome idea and my full support to such initiative. Everyone should plant a tree and should avoid use of paper. Appreciated and thanks for sharing.