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Most people are familiar with the environmental impacts of the production and disposal of paper. Its manufacture requires land use for tree farms, and its processing involves the use and disposal of toxic chemicals. Paper may only be recycled a limited number of times, and its quality diminishes each time it is recycled. To be environmentally friendly, an office should take steps to reduce paper use.
It is actually possible to run an office that uses absolutely no paper. In these offices, all data is stored on electronic storage devices. When converting to this system, offices use scanners along with text recognition software to store information written on paper on electronic storage devices. In addition to environmental preservation, paperless offices realize the benefits of faster data retrieval and better organization.
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