Camusi, the largest distributor of natural gas in Argentina, together with the municipality of Bahía Blanca, planted 56 trees of the Fresno Rojo and Fresno Europeo species, in the San Blas Square, located between Juan Molina and Pravard streets. Pacifico and Rio Atoil with the aim of creating a new green space for the community.
This initiative is part of the distributor’s “Let’s Make a Good Paper” campaign, committing to planting indigenous trees in the communities in which it operates, while encouraging its users to stick to digital billing to reduce logging that is generated with the printing of payment vouchers.
Since its launch in December 2020, Let’s Make a Good Paper has achieved that more than 200,000 Camuzzi users have dispensed with the printed invoice, preventing more than 500,000 sheets from being printed.
“We want to motivate all our users to become aware of the big impact they can make on the environment through small actions. We understand that many of our users still prefer to save their printed invoices, but we want to invite them to try out the digital invoice, and interact with our virtual office, because from there they will be able to not only downloading invoices and reviewing historical consumption, but also managing 100% of the actions that were carried out in the offices face-to-face”, explained José Luis Damiani, Director of Bahía Blanca Business Unit at Camusi.
Distributor users who have not yet joined Digital Invoice can do so with just one click by entering www.camuzzigas.com.ar, the Virtual Office section, where they can also perform remotely and from a cell phone, tablet or PC, 100% of the Previously performed actions.
Kamuzhi covers 45% of the national territory in two adjacent areas. Under a complex system of gas transmission pipelines, branches and distribution networks with a length of more than 50,000 km, the company supplies more than 2,000,000 users in seven provinces: Buenos Aires, La Pampa, Neuquén, Chubut, Rio Negro, Santa Cruz and Tira del Fuego.