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New campaign launched to cut down on paper usage by East Anglian businesses

A new campaign has been launched to challenge businesses across East Anglia to reduce their paper usage.

Rcent research in the region found that a third of workers admit to printing out unnecessary paper documents every single day.

Campaign to cut down on using paper in offices. (2817191)
Campaign to cut down on using paper in offices. (2817191)

A heavy reliance on paper usage is having a detrimental effect not only on business costs but also on the environment.

Responding to the findings of The Death of The Paper Trail report, award-winning mobile data capture solution WorkMobile is launching a Paperless Challenge campaign to invite businesses in the worst performing sectors – construction, utilities and education – to do away with day-to-day printing, and instead, turn to digital solutions.

The challenge asks participants to undertake a one-month stint of being completely paper-free.

WorkMobile is offering £500 worth of digital data capture products, along with £500 of expert consultancy to the businesses that agree to take part.

Colin Yates, chief support officer of WorkMobile, said: “It’s shocking to see just how much paper waste some businesses in East Anglia are producing on a daily basis. Although some may see the transition to becoming paper-free as a giant task, our aim is to take the stress out of the process, providing a solution that helps companies save money, safeguard their assets and communicate effectively – all while reducing t

To sign up for the Paperless Challenge contact Melonie Crompton on Melonie.crompton@workmobileforms.com. And for more information visit: https://www.workmobileforms.com/paperless-challenge/.

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