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Re: Paperless hospital?



EPA's wastewise program might be helpful.  They have a 96 report on going paperless that might be a place to start.  Go to the bottom of this web site for the info.  http://www.epa.gov/wastewise/wrr/updates.htm
 
The annual report that discusses the companies that have gotten awards for waste reduction might also give you ideas.  It is at:
http://www.epa.gov/wastewise/pubs/progrpts/pdfs/report8.pdf
 
http://www.epa.gov/wastewise/
 
Good Luck
 
Maggie Fields
Pollution Prevention Field Staff
(517)  335-6250          Fax 241-3571
 
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>>> "Janet R Hygnstrom" <jhygnstr@unlnotes.unl.edu> 07/08/03 11:19AM >>>
Does anyone know of any paperless hospitals? We are working with a hospital
that is frustrated with the volume of paper shredding for confidentiality.
Ideas? Feasability? Words of wisdom from those who have tried and
succeeded? Or not? Thanks! Jan

Jan Hygnstrom, Extension Project Manager
247 LW Chase Hall
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Lincoln, NE 68583-0726

Phone: 402-472-9614
Fax: 402-472-6338



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