BATON ROUGE, La.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Louisiana residents continue to do their part this Earth Day and year-round by taking advantage of online services which help to reduce their impact on the environment. These online services are the most efficient and environmentally friendly way to get the job done and can even save residents time and money.
There is no need to burn fuel to drive to the Office of Motor Vehicles (OMV) when many of their commonly used services are available online. The Louisiana OMV maintains Expresslane.org to keep lines short and information easily accessible. Louisiana residents can renew a vehicle registration, order a duplicate vehicle registration, access their official driving record, and much more from anywhere at any time.
The Louisiana Department of Health is also using online services to create new conveniences while decreasing their environmental impact. The newest service provided to residents offers home delivery of water sample kits to test privately owned wells. “The goal behind bringing this service online was to create an easily accessible portal where residents could get what they needed as quickly as possible and from the comfort of their own home,” said Deputy Assistant Secretary Mendy Richard. “The fact that the site reduces the amount of paper used and saves a trip in their car is also important to keep our State beautiful.”
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