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Plastic paper to 'cut' emissions
Written by Danrok   
Thursday, 23 November 2006 15:25

From the BBC:

Toshiba has developed a printer that uses plastic "paper" that can be re-used hundreds of times.

The electronics firm said the printer could help companies reduce carbon emissions as it helped to cut the amount of paper they consume.

Toshiba said the machine was designed for businesses and could find a home in many niche applications where permanent copies of documents were not needed.

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