As part of its “Go Green” commitment, Time Warner Cable will no longer automatically distribute a printed residential white pages directory to its Home Phone customers in New York State.
Time Warner Cable is committed to decreasing its business impact on the environment by focusing efforts in areas such as paperless options, fleet management, power usage and recycling. Across the enterprise, Time Warner Cable is implementing practices that produce greater levels of eco-efficiency. The choices Time Warner Cable is making — from pursuing Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification for buildings to upgrading company vehicles for higher fuel efficiency — will help Time Warner Cable achieve a goal of decreasing its carbon intensity by 15 percent by the end of 2014.
Technological advances, such as widespread availability and use of Internet directories, on both wireless and wired devices, have resulted in dramatically reduced customer reliance on and interest in printed white pages residential directories. Time Warner Cable Home Phone customers in New York State may still request a printed directory by contacting Time Warner Cable at 1-800-TWCABLE.
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