eBooks.com’s Environmental Approach

eBooks.com's environmental position
Thomas Hill, Deer in a Landscape, Oil on paper, Public Collection

By their nature ebooks have environmental benefits over printed books. The carbon footprint of an ebook ecosystem is (necessarily) much smaller than printed books.

Ebooks.com differs from many other global ebook retailers in that we do not lock our members into using a specific, specially-manufactured plastic device. Our books are designed to be read on a device you already own.

Corporate travel is kept to a minimum, consisting of two or three trips per year.

We have a company-wide paperless policy. All of our accounting, legal and other documents are stored digitally. Most of them never saw the light of day as a paper artifact.

Our new premises have superb environmental credentials, with the latest insulation and power-saving features.

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