E-cleaning days: let’s send a message to the planet by deleting our excess e-mails
When it comes to protecting our planet, every little gesture counts. Adopting and sharing positive habits leads to greater energy conservation.
For example, recycling old phones, switching off unused electronic devices when we’re not using them and deleting unwanted email reduces energy consumption and indirectly lowers greenhouse gas emissions.
Adopting greener habits
Sort your emails as soon as your receive them
Get into the habit of sorting your emails as soon as you receive them. You’ll be able to more easily identify the messages you want to delete.
Delete the biggest emails
By sorting your emails by size, you can see the ones that are taking up the most space. This enables you to delete your biggest files in the blink of an eye.
Clear out your spam folder
Spam is the main cause of an overloaded mailbox. To remove it permanently, unsubscribe at the bottom of the newsletters that you receive.
Email and energy saving in key figures
The number of energy-efficient light bulbs we could shut off for one hour if all French citizens deleted 50 old emails”.