Save paper and save money
August 20, 2012
Advances in technology led to promises of a paperless society with mountains of wasted print-outs a thing of the past.
But despite the fact that seven in 10 workers consider themselves environmentally conscientious, half say their printing levels have stayed the same or even increased in the last 12 months, costing small businesses in both wastage and recycling.
New research has today revealed that the average worker is still printing six thousand sheets a year, two thirds of which goes to waste, and half say they’ve either not reduced how much they print or they’re printing more.
During Small Business Advice Week we’re looking at what employers can do to reduce the paper mountain, saving money and giving them the advantage as the country faces the worst double dip recession for fifty years.
Join Kyocera Document Solutions director of brand and reputation Join Tracy Rawling Church live at 1pm to look at how you can cut your waste and save money.