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Go Green with DataSite®

Merrill DataSite – a green approach to due diligence

Today, many companies are addressing environmental sustainability by using Merrill DataSite for their due diligence processes. Thanks to Merrill DataSite, due diligence teams have viewed over 825 million pages online – achieving faster, more efficient due diligence without the environmental impact of business travel while saving thousands of trees.

Merrill DataSite is an environmentally friendly solution

Reduce business travel by conducting your deals online.
Instead of traveling to a physical data room, log in to DataSite, securely and confidentially - from anywhere, at any time.

Decrease your carbon footprint.
For every business flight not taken, you reduce your carbon footprint and consumption of valuable resources.

Bring down traditional deal-related costs.
The costs and resources associated with hosting a physical data room are eliminated.

Control printing with a Print-on-Demand feature.
Reduce consumption of paper by printing only the documents you want, in exactly the quantity you need.

For large quantity print jobs, choose Merrill

We offer comprehensive print services, using sustainable practices every step of the way. If you want a greener approach to due diligence, we have the answer. Find out more

Did you know?

According to USA Today, a commercial jet flying from New York to Denver will generate between 840 to 1,660 pounds of carbon dioxide per passenger. That's about what an SUV generates in a month. Americans discard 4 million tons of office paper every year. That's enough to build a 12-foot-high wall from New York to California. According to paper manufacturer Boise Cascade, a cord of wood stacked 4 feet by 4 feet by 8 feet, or 128 cubic feet) is required to produce nearly 90,000 sheets of paper.

Recycling one ton of paper saves 17 mature trees, 7,000 gallons of water, three cubic yards of landfill space and 4,100 kilowatt hours of electricity – enough energy to power the average American home for five months.