weekly simple eco tip, 2.13

One of the easiest changes I made in reducing paper waste was creating a binder of scrap paper to use as a notepad. It serves its purpose in meetings, when taking messages, writing my to-do lists or just making notes for different projects.

The paper comes from printer error pages, blank pages that came at the end of documents and printed emails with only a signature. There's always a plentiful supply of these kinds of papers around the office, keeping my binder always fully stocked.

By deciding to source your own note paper, you'll eliminate the need to buy notepads, saving money and extra unused paper.

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