Cable One is encouraging its subscribers to go green with paperless billing via a partnership with the Arbor Day Foundation.

The Arbor Day Foundation will plant a tree on behalf of each Cable One customer that elects to go with paperless billing. The initiative started earlier this month and runs through April 24.

"We're excited to launch this green initiative across all of our markets, and we encourage all of our customers to make the switch to paperless billing with us," said Cable One Vice President Pat Dolohanty. "Whether they care about conserving natural resources, planting trees in their community, or simply enjoying the convenience that paperless billing offers, we're offering customers a simple way to make a difference with just a few simple steps."

The trees will be planted on behalf of the paperless subscribers in Cable One’s footprint and in national forests.

"The generous support shown by Cable One allows us to plant additional trees that will help provide clean air and water, critical wildlife habitat, and beauty that will be enjoyed by our children and grandchildren," said Arbor Day Foundation President Dan Lambe.

In addition to helping support the environment, online paperless billing provides Cable One customers with secure access to current statements, payment options and account histories.

Cable One customers who sign for the free paperless billing will receive a monthly email with a secure link to their account on Cable One’s web portal, allowing them to view or download their bill.

Cable One, which is a subsidiary of The Washington Post Company and the nation’s 10th-largest cable operator, offers its triple play services to 720,000 customers in 19 states.