EAS Carbon Footprint
// Environmental Impact

Reduce your
Carbon Footprint

A simple way to have a huge impact on the environment is through EAS Digital reducing your paper consumption, by turning paper technical records into electronic ones and eliminating paper. A tree can only produce, on average, 17 reams of paper, and takes about 100 years to grow. By reducing paper usage, companies can have a direct impact on reducing their carbon footprint.

After all, more than 50% of paper comes from virgin forests.

Going paperless helps to reduce C02 (carbon dioxide) emissions. Turning a single tree into 17 reams of paper results in around 110 lbs of C02 being released into the atmosphere.

Additionally, trees are also ‘carbon sinks’ and every tree that is not cut down for paper usage is able to absorb C02 gasses. The average tree can absorb around a ton- 2,000 lbs- of C02 in its lifetime.

Calculate how many trees, paper & $'s your airline could save per year.

If your airline switched to electronic engineering documents:

How many paper documents do you use month?

Can it be digitalised?

$'s saved per year:
Paper saved per year:
Fraction of tree(s) saved (e.g. 1.0 equates to 1 tree):

* This is an estimate of how much you could be saving
(Calculated based on the average amount of sheets from 1 tree with an average of 3 pages per document sent)