This year, a large group of companies joined forces to create the Paperless Coalition. The primary goal? To remove the paper from “paperwork” and reduce environmental waste. Together, they launched the Paperless 2013 Campaign.
The idea sounded straightforward. If you use less paper, you save more trees. But does reducing paper consumption really make an impact? The answer might be surprising.
Campaigns that stress the environmental impacts of printing are misleading, and often reinforce widespread misconceptions about printing. For example, many people truly believe that printing anything out, whether it be an email, or thousands of marketing pieces is bad for the environment. But this isn’t the case. Read on to learn the surprising truth about printing, and its environmental impacts.