Paper-to.co.uk’s paper-saving tips guide to keeping your paper stacks tidy, keeping paper quality high and ensuring your paper is easy to recycle.1.
Take out all your paper from your fridge or cupboard.
Paper is good for the environment, it’s good for your wallet and it’s great for your health.
Paper is a cheap and environmentally friendly way of keeping your papers in place.
You could buy your paper for a fraction of what you would spend on a newspaper, which means it’s cheaper to keep.
It’s also cheaper to recycle than paper products.
If you have lots of paper in your home, there are ways to make sure your paper isn’t being used or recycled.
You can clean and disinfect your paper by using paper towels or a paper towel dispenser.
And you can wash your paper in cold water and soap and shampoo, rather than a chemical detergent.2.
Choose paper from organic sources.
Organic paper is often better than conventional paper.
The United Nations Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDN) has found that using organic paper increases paper recycling by a quarter.3.
Avoid all plastic paper and paperboard.
Plastic is a carcinogen.
So many people in the UK have recycled paper, which is why they are a waste.4.
Keep your paper and ink in your cabinet.
Use the plastic and paper bins to store your paper.
If you have a cabinet full of paper, you might be tempted to throw away the plastic paper, but that can damage your paperboard and paper paper.5.
Use your recycling bin to keep old paper.
Many businesses in the country recycle old paper and keep it in the bins in their warehouses.
You don’t need to waste paper.7.
Keep paper in its original container.
Many people find that paper has a tendency to leak out of containers they buy.
Paper should be kept in its own container and sealed so it won’t leak.8.
Buy paper and recycle.
Paper and ink are good for you, but they’re also recyclable.
Make sure you recycle paper that’s not being used for something else, such as packaging or furniture.9.
Save money by saving paper.
Most businesses are starting to offer online recycling for free, and this will save you money.10.
Keep old papers in their original containers.
This helps protect them from leaking.
The SDN has found a link between paper and litter, so if you have paper in the home you should take out your paper stack before putting it in your trash can.