Monday, December 03, 2007

Disappearing Ink From Xerox To Save Paper

Xerox developed an attractive and environment friendly concept which allows ink printed on a paper to disappear after 16 hours.

A special copier/printer system developed by researchers at Palo Alto and research centre of Canada labs allows printed text on a paper to vanish after 16 hours and reuse the paper.

You might be wondering how is this technology going to be environment friendly right? It is because...

Of the 1,200 pages the average office worker prints per month, 21 per cent of it ends up in the recycling bin on the same day it's printed [Brinda Dalal, an anthropologist at Xerox]

Saving 21 percentage of paper a month saves many trees

via smartplanet