Tax office slashes paper usage by 200m sheets since 2010
The digitisation of tax has seen HMRC reduce emissions by two thirds in a decade and slash paper use, helping them to exceed some of their environmental targets for 2020.
HMRC has reduced emissions by 61% since 2010, which is equivalent to the energy saved by switching more than four million old-style incandescent bulbs to LED. The greenhouse gas emissions target combines emissions from buildings and business travel, according to the 2018-19 sustainability report.
Read more at the Accountancy Age.