Paper is most important thing for read and write it will also for good or waste thing like we use it for study that is a good thing and use to eat some thing that is bad thing . Paper is too valuable to waste Around the world we use 1 million tonnes of paper every day. Too much of this paper usage is wasteful and unnecessary and puts huge pressures on the environment. Take action now for the environment – save forests, save paper, save money Paper usage in many parts of the word is on the rise. Expanding production and pulp wood harvesting threatens some of the last remaining natural forests and the people and wildlife that depend on them.
The world? s paper hunger also significantly contributes to climate change. Think before you print, duplex, reuse and recycle… (download full tips 75KB) Easy actions can make a big difference for the environment. Use WWFs tips on paper efficiency to help save the earth, reduce your carbon footprint and save money at the same time. Follow the golden rule: think before you print Pushing the print button is too easy… and wasteful. So the next time you are about to press that button, ask yourself the golden rule of saving paper: Do I really need to print this?
Find out more Use both sides of the sheet of paper This is a real easy way of reducing your paper consumption by 50%. Set your printer or copier’s defaults to double sided. Select one-sided printing only when really needed. Find out more Avoid printing out single line e-mails or unnecessary copies of documents Again just follow the golden rule and ask yourself whether you really need to the print. Use technology Electronic mail, Internet, Intranets and document scanners can radically reduce paper use, while also saving you time and money. Find out more
Recycle the paper you have and ask for recycled paper products Collect the paper you use and then reuse where possible (print again on the other side if you printed on one side only or use it for note paper). And when you do have to buy new paper make sure it is recycled. Save paper in your workplace Reductions of 20% or more are possible in most offices. So ask your office manager what they are doing to reduce paper. Remind them that saving paper isn’t just about protecting the environment; it can also save them a lot of money! WWF has a guide for how businesses can reduce their paper consumption to make it even easier.