Earth Day Paperless Billing Tree Planting Initiative
Convert to paperless billing during the month of April and we’ll plant a tree in your honor!
With Earth Day just around the corner, we’re excited to announce that for every customer who switches from a paper bill to an electronic bill this month, we’ll donate $10 to the Chesapeake Bay Foundation’s Keystone 10 Million Trees Partnership to plant a tree in a community served by Pennsylvania American Water.
Pennsylvania American Water is seeding the project (no pun intended) with an initial $10,000 donation to the Chesapeake Bay Foundation and will provide up to $25,000 total through this campaign depending on customer response. So, do Mother Earth a favor and make your eco-friendly commitment today!
To go paperless today, log on to your account through the company’s MyWater portal and click “Go Paperless” on the left side of your home page. Don’t have a MyWater account? It’s quick to set one up at pennsylvaniaamwater.com. Click “Sign Up” in the MyWater login window and be sure to have your account number handy.
Enrolling in paperless billing programs is one way we can all decrease our environmental footprints and be good stewards of our critical natural resources. Cutting down on paper mail saves trees and fuel – plus it’s easy and economical. We hope you’ll join us in this important sustainability effort.
Request trees for your property
Take your environmental commitment a step further and request free trees to plant on your property! Trees can help clean your local water, improve your living conditions, create natural shade and privacy, and increase your property value. Click here for more information. Be sure to note that you are a Pennsylvania American Water customer on the online request form.
About our partnership
“At the Chesapeake Bay Foundation, we are proud to join with partners like Pennsylvania American Water who understand the importance of clean water and what it means to our quality of life. By supporting CBF, Pennsylvania American Water helps create vibrant streamside forests throughout Pennsylvania. These trees improve air quality and prevent pollution from running into our streams and rivers, helping save the Chesapeake Bay downstream while also helping make sure that communities across Pennsylvania have a healthy, thriving environment.”
– Lane Whigham, Chesapeake Bay Foundation