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Re: Tree to Paper equivalent
A researcher at Penn State just published an article about the sustainable
practices of the University. He equated the average 90 pounds of office
paper each student consumes annually to a plot of forest that is 55 feet
per side or 3025 square feet. Not sure what the assumptions are as to how
many trees per acre or the size of the trees, but this should be useful to
>---------- Forwarded message ----------
>Date: Tue, 24 Aug 1999 11:34:42 -0400 (EDT)
>Subject: EPE indexes
>We ECI Telecom following ISO14001 certification are working now on the EPE
>indexes including continuos improvement.
>Our first improvement issue is printing paper economy. In order to make
>sense for our employees , we are looking for the timber equivalent of 1 kg
>of printing paper or how many kilograms of paper are equivalent to an
>average tree. I would appreciate if some body will answer my enquiry.
>Senior Corporate Compliance Eng.
>CE, UL & EMS (ISO14k) Coordinator.
>ECI Telecom Ltd. , Israel , 30 Hasivim St. Petah-Tikva , Israel 49133
>Phone : + 972-3-9266842 Fax : +972-3-9266380
Warren J. Weaver
PO Box 5046
York, PA 17405
Certified ISO 14000 Auditor (#E051734)