If you asked the average person in 1995 whether offices would still be using paper in 2015, there’s a strong chance he or she might have figured paper’s days were numbered. But here we are, it’s 2015 and offices are still using a bunch of paper. Luckily, the Epson PaperLab is here to make recycling some of it a lot easier and more convenient.
The Epson PaperLab can produce up to 6,720 sheets of recycled paper in a typical work day, without using a ton of water like traditional paper recycling. Waste paper is converted to fiber, bound, and pressure formed all within its filing cabinet-sized body, quick and easy.
If you’re in a position of acquiring office supplies for your place of business, first of all, I’m sorry, but secondly you can get a lot more information on the Epson PaperLab from Epson’s press release for the machine right here. And it’s also a worthwhile read for anyone interested in paper recycling technology.