Effects of using paper

Paper consumption is increasing at an alarming rate. There are plenty of repercussions because of paper usage. It is high time for all of us to be more ecologically responsible and conserve paper to protect our environment.

Paper is mainly used by enterprises to record daily activities. Plenty of forests are being destroyed to produce this paper. Loss of forest results in loss of habitats for animals and loss of species. Furthermore, it contributes to global warming, climate change and a chain of adverse reactions for mankind.

“A ruined planet cannot sustain human lives in good health. A healthy planet and healthy people are two sides of the same coin.” – Dr. Margaret Chan, Executive Director of the World Health Organization

Start today for a better tomorrow

A small change in our daily habits could help improve our situation tomorrow. We can save the environment as well as benefit financially by reducing paper consumption. As you start using lesser paper, you reduce paper purchase costs as well as printing costs.

We must raise awareness among all corporate actors, governments and in general to sensitize all citizens of the world on the issue of environmental protection.

Paper use facts

Kizeo’s commitment to reduce paper consumption

Kizeo is aware that companies play an important role and are actors to facilitate change in a society. Therefore, the flagship product of our company (Kizeo Forms), is not only a modern tool, but is also respectful of the environment. Effectively, it saves tons of paper every year. Instead of printing and filling out thousands of sheets of paperwork by hand, Kizeo Forms users generate digital documents that they share by different means without having to print them, through the mobile application.