How much paper can I save by only sending emails?



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    Sending emails over post mail is a great way to conserve paper.  One tree is estimated to make about 8,333 sheets of copy paper.  When a person mails a letter by post they use an envelope and at least one piece of paper.  Depending on how many letters you convert to emails you could save several trees in a lifetime.

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