E-mail kills trees, British study says
November 18, 2001
LONDON The use of e-mail has increased paper consumption in offices by 40 percent, a study shows.
That doesn't include paper used to print information from the Web.
Richard Harper, director of the University of Surrey's digital world research center, found the amount of paper used in offices increased with the introduction of each new communications technology: fax, e-mail or the latest development, instant messaging.
by BY ROBERT UHLIG. Copyright © 2000, Digital Chicago Inc.