Most schools have a huge demand for paper.
When we enroll ourselves at a school, we use papers.
When we take an exam, we use papers.
When we submit a project or research, we use papers.
When we make a clearance at the end of a semester or school year, we use papers.
But do you ever wonder how many papers are used by a school per year?
How much paper does a school waste?
According to American Federation of Teachers, people, businesses, schools and other organizations generate, on average, 4.7 pounds of waste per person every day.
Schools and other education facilities often are among the largest waste generators in any city, county or state.
Every year, nearly 900 million trees are cut down to provide raw materials for U.S. paper and pulp mills.
Each ton of recycled paper can save 17 trees, 380 gallons of oil, three cubic yards of landfill space, 4,000 kilowatts of electricity and 7,000 gallons of water.
And these can damage our ecosystem.
But how can we fight against it?
Together with our schools, we can contribute to the efforts against deforestation by reducing the use of paper, or by avoiding using it as much as possible.
Almost everyone has their own mobile device. Instead of only using our mobile devices for social media, communication, and games, we can also use them as a tool for studying.
With the help of Easy Peasy Lemon Squeezy Forms, we can create online forms that we need. A school can now conduct online enrollment, create online registration forms, surveys, exams, clearance all by using a mobile device.
Study more, take down notes and create forms digitally.
It’s eco-friendly and can save the school’s time and money.
They say recycling 1 ton of paper saves around 682.5 gallons of oil, 26,500 liters of water and 17 trees. With all the paper we waste each year, we can build a 12-foot high wall of paper from New York to California!
Those are just a few effects of an eco-friendly, online form creator..
So let us save time, save money and save the environment with Easy Peasy Lemon Squeezy Forms.
If you know an eco-friendly school, let us know and let’s talk about it.