August 8, 2013

One Trick that can Help you Minimize Waste

According to the University of Wisconsin Green Bay, by switching your default font to Century Gothic you can save on ink. The University of Wisconsin Green Bay IT department has found that the Century Gothic font requires 30% less ink in printouts than Arial, the most commonly used default font.

Printer ink has accounted for about 60% of the cost of a printed page, the IT team says. By taking this small trick and applying it to your daily life, you can help in preventing waste.

Also, this trick not only helps you save on costs, but also has the effect of extending the life of your cartridge. Implement this small trick and save on money, ink and harmful wastes. The change may be small but the effects are huge.

Make the change today and see the results tomorrow.