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The Effect Of Environmental Printing Is Shades Of Grey
The society was very quick to react positively to the invention of printers, even in their earliest forms.
In the blink of an eye, the writings of governments and religions become available for all.
Nowadays,written text is easily accessible on a computer than a printed matter and moreover a huge
data can be stored in a small area like hard drives but hard copies of most of the written text is done
Photocopiers and printers are mainly used in schools and businesses. Many companies still require a
paper resume prior to an interview. Advertisements in every form of the media being thrust at people
are becoming major bane now.
A 2005 study indicated that 45 trillion page are printed on a yearly basis. Printing has helped
businesses meet all their needs on a single sheet of paper. One notable example in that category is
the logging industry.
Incredible debris containing not just paper items, but even old furniture and houses, are cleared by
loggers at various places everyday. A noticeable amount of space is dedicated solely to paper. Potent
bleach used to whiten the paper pollutes lakes and rivers, and while the environmental impact has
been reduced there is still an adverse affect on the environment.
A great way to prevent ropagating the iproblem is to stop producing hard copies of the work when
possible. Of course, it would be hard to live without it, but it's always better for the environment when
fewer people depend on it. With online banking paper usage has come down by a great deal with estoring facility and hard drives.
So maybe mass printing is going to become a thing of the past. Nowadays, conservation of paper has
become a inthing in the society which is evident from the increasing number of E-readers like the
kindle and use of email instead of snail mails. Thanks to advances in both technology and the
environmental movement, this practice is slowly dying out.
Printing came to exist just when it was most needed. From it we've learned critical thinking and how
to scrutinize our leaders. Lately, it has turned out to not to be good for us, and no doubt better
technology will replace it over time.
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