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Paper and the Circular Office

Documents are probably the most ubiquitous feature of the office, making on average 3% of organisational cost (Source: Gartner). Yet for many organisations, consideration of the environmental impact of printing and copying goes little further than setting duplex print as the default, introducing email footers asking staff to consider whether they need to print and installing paper recycling bins. More enlightened organisations specify energy efficient devices, which can certainly help reduce both energy costs and carbon emissions, but what happens if we apply circular economy principles to the exchange of information? On the journey towards increased circularity, "going paperless” is already

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