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Almost 50% managed to reduce the use of paper in Sberbank

Almost 50% managed to reduce the use of paper in Sberbank
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On Ecology Day Rossi and World Environment Day, Sberbank recalls what steps can be taken to conserve nature. In the bank itself, environmental culture has long been part of the company's policy in several areas.

According to the press service of Sberbank, sustainable development issues occupy an important place in the strategy of Sberbank. Environmental policy is included in the principles of work with external clients and investors, as well as in the behavior patterns of each employee.

 For example, the bank seeks to reduce the use of paper when working with clients and in internal processes. When working with individuals, the volume of paper over the past year decreased by 49,5%.

 A special document management service for corporate clients, integrated into the Internet bank, was also launched. With its help, corporate clients can send through this service more than 160 different types of documents in electronic form with an electronic signature, without having to print them.

For customers, the “Document Designer” service is also available, where there are more than 1400 document templates. The “Electronic Archive” service allows you to organize and store documentation. The refusal to use paper allowed to reduce the number of paper archive files by 36%, which is 600 million sheets a year.

 Bank employees are gradually moving to separate garbage collection. Special multi-colored containers are in the Khabarovsk and Primorsky territories, the Amur region. The collected raw materials are sent for processing.

 In the Far Eastern branch of Sberbank, volunteers are engaged in environmental education of schoolchildren and students. They conduct excursions and lectures on the topic of consumption and a responsible attitude to nature, participate in community work days. In addition, Sberbank takes part in the “Earth Hour” campaign every year. In 2020, the bank turned off light signs at more than 3000 offices across the country for an hour.
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