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We SHOULD live in a paperless society. Kamile Williams Section 6. A paperless society eliminates the waste of paper through the use of electronics and recycling. Why should we live in a paperless society?. Less clutter for both manufacturers and consumers

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A paperless society eliminates the waste of paper through the use of electronics and recycling.

why should we live in a paperless society
Why should we live in a paperless society?
  • Less clutter for both manufacturers and consumers
  • Reduces the risk of identity theft
  • Save’s money Less paper and ink being bought
  • Better for the environment
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  • Save’s time – able to find documents instantly as well has receive them instantly
  • Space – no longer a pile of papers crowding the desk or counter
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Reducing the amount of paper we use helps reduce the amount of greenhouse gas emissions that are released into the air. This is mostly do to the process of creating paper and delivering it.

paperless society within the government
Paperless Society within the government
  • U.S. government is switching from paper check to digital ones
  • $1 billion can be expected to be saved over the next 10 years from the switch
  • People will need to switch to direct deposit by March 1, 2013
how can we live in a paperless society
How can we live in a paperless society?

Online billing payments

Online billing statements

Online newsletters

Mobile coupons

Load-to-card coupons

Direct deposit

Submit online assignments

Use eBooks

Recycle unwanted paper

Bag shredded paper, can be used for compost fodder

Store backups of important documents on CDs, flash drive or external hard drive

Reuse textbooks

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By reducing the amount of paper we use we can help make the world a better place.

  • We can help contribute to the clean up of our planet by recycling the paper that we do use and help eliminate the usage of more paper.
  • By switching to online banking, billing statements, payments and other important work, we can decrease the amount of space paper consumes, the amount of money spent and increase our usage of time.
  • Take the time to look reflect on how you use paper
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References
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  • Farrell, Chris. "Another Step toward a Paperless Society | Marketplace from American Public Media." Marketplace from American Public Media: Business, The Economy, Personal Finance, Wall Street and World News. American Public Media, 22 Dec. 2010. Web. 16 Nov. 2011. <http://www.marketplace.org/topics/life/makin- money/another-step-toward-paperless-society>.
  • Koegel, Kathyrn. "On The Road To Mass Mobile Coupons: Printables And Paperless." Advertising Age 82.19 (2011): 5. Academic Search Premier. Web. 19 Nov. 2011.
  • Unger, Karen. "Technology News: News: The Reality of a 'Paperless Society'" TechNewsWorld: All Tech - All The Time. Web. 18 Nov. 2011. <http://www.technewsworld.com/story/50302.html>.