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RE: [greenyes] Paperless Office


I like to think of file cabinets as carbon sinks.

-----Original Message-----
From: David Biddle [mailto:Dbiddle@no.address]
Sent: Wednesday, April 06, 2005 5:02 PM
To: Debra Lombard; Alan Muller
Cc: GreenYes
Subject: Re: [greenyes] Paperless Office


I agree with the first part, but not the second part. No time for guilt.
Besides, I can't stand reading more than a few sentences on a screen. I
recycle everything eventually., but anything I print out I file. File
cabinets are the hidden landfills of America. I wish I had more of them.

DB


on 4/6/05 4:55 PM, Debra Lombard at dlombard@no.address wrote:




"My personal experience is that documents of any length are slow and tedious
to read on screen, so I end up printing them out--feeling somewhat guilty
about it. Is this a common experience? "

I agree and do that too. :"(

Debra Lombard, LEED AP
Sustainable Design Specialist
The RETEC Group, Inc.
900 Chapel St., 2nd Fl - Box 9
New Haven, CT 06510
Tel: 203-868-0137
Fax: 203-773-3657
dlombard@no.address






David Biddle, Executive Director


P.O. Box 4037
Philadelphia, PA 19118
215-247-3090
215-432-8225 (mobile)
Dbiddle@no.address

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