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Ludwig Von Cookie Koopa

Printing in general does not hurt the enviorment

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We all use paper, right?

Think about most of the paper being printed is for flyers, ( like to inform )

while other people is used to fill stuff out ( like at a work place ).

Did you know that non-profit origanizations like anything big you could think of, print sooooo many papers, to only be thrown out and not recycled? Most of these are fill out forms.

Did you know to save money they decided to switch from Alimunium to Poly plates? Poly plates is basically a rubbery yellow like substance ( basically plastic based ). So think about it, they went from a recyclable material to an even more harmfull material. A Aluminum plate could print over 100,000 before wearing down but a poly plate can only print 10,000. Even then the poly plate might leave scratch marks, and being plastic could

break down. Also printing from file is a lie, you can only print less then a thousand before it breaks down.

Also processing from file is limited, where you can have a small image

and zoom practically 3000% on an image. This is why books back then was so fine.

Computerized Printing is a lie. It Just looks goods.

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Tripredacus    286

It used to be that sending people black faxes would just use up their ink and cause them to tear their hair out. Now its bad for the environment?

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