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Xerox introduces 'Green' Printer Paper

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In another step by corporate America to embrace the "Go Green" bandwagon, Xerox is introducing 'Green' printer paper. They have developed a new process which grinds the tree into pulp instead of using a chemical process. In turn, they use more of the tree to make paper, less chemicals, and less water. This will first be marketed to large volume printers and can be used in digital printers, something this process did not allow for in the past.

Small steps, but this should have been done sooner!

MSNBC article about Xerox 'Green' Paper.

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Will it cost more or less? Most corporations won't get it if it doesn't improve their bottom line, save the enviroment or not.

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Does anyone know if people have looked into making paper from other sources like bamboo? I know often times people recommend bamboo because it grows so quickly unlike a tree with can take years/decades. Just seems like there's some potential there.

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