Futurists began predicting a paperless society sometime in the late 1970s, but nearly four decades later it seems we’re still awash in paper products. While recycling can go a long way toward clearing your conscience about paper usage, an even better solution is to reduce the amount of paper that’s actually entering your home.
Opting out of the traditional paper lifestyle can happen in several ways, and as technology continues evolving, we find new ways to cut the very things that we once thought we could never live without. Today, becoming paperless is easier than ever — but it also takes a conscious effort to make it happen. If you’re looking for a way to climb out from under the paper mountain, try these options to begin reducing your pulp friction.
Next page: Pass on phone books
Latest posts by Paula Felps (see all)
- Dream Machines Divert More Than 2 Million Pounds from Landfills - March 5, 2014
- Seeking Salvaged Building Materials? PlanetReuse Can Help - March 3, 2014
- Zoos Recycle Cellphones to Save Animal Habitats - February 5, 2014