January 08, 2015


City News Service 


Utility customers in Los Angeles can now get a $10 credit if they switch to paperless billing, the Department of Water and Power announced this week. The offer will be available until June 30 as a way to encourage customers still receiving paper bills to choose the more cost-effective and environmentally friendly option, LADWP officials said.


“This program is part of an ongoing effort to reduce our environmental footprint through all the services we provide,” said Randy Howard, the utility’s senior assistant general manager.


“Also, when we don’t have to print and mail a bill, the department saves money, which in turn saves our customer-owners money,” Howard said. “We are happy to offer our customers this bill credit, especially right after the holidays.”


To sign up for the credit, visit www.ladwp.com/paperless.

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