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Enwin Customers That Switch To E-Bills Will Have Tree Planted On Their Behalf 

Tuesday March 3rd, 2020, 10:00am


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Enwin customers who switch to e-bills will have tree planted on their behalf thanks to a new partnership with the Essex Region Conservation Authority.

“We’re excited to partner with ERCA and our customers to plant trees in Windsor,” says Robert Spagnuolo, ENWIN’s Director of Customer Service. “We encourage everyone to opt-in for Paperless Billing through myENWIN because less paper equals more trees. Sign-up takes less than 5 minutes and the tree will grow for a lifetime.”

With Paperless Billing, customers receive an email when their bill is ready to view. ENWIN’s powerful and mobile-friendly myENWIN online portal keeps customers connected to their account, at their convenience. It’s easier than ever to view consumption data, sign-up for account notifications and alerts, and receive and pay bills.

Customers can sign up for paperless billing through myENWIN, the utility’s customer portal found at my.enwin.com until Earth Day, April 22nd.

ENWIN is the lead sponsor of Earth Day Trees for the 2020 event, which marks the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day. The public is invited to volunteer at the planting, Sunday, April 26 at Florence and Wyandotte, in the Little River Corridor, between 10 a.m. and noon.

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