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Office Paper Recycling | GreenBiz

Commercial Office Paper Disposed: 451,383 tons
Residential Office Paper Disposed: 253,600 tons
Commercial and Residential Self-Hauled Office Paper Disposed: 80,166 tons

It is clear that there is considerable opportunity for California businesses to reduce the amount of office paper disposed in California, and by doing so, they can save money as well as conserve resources. Paper disposal is not only indicative of inefficient use of resources, it indicates time and money spent on activities that are not essential to a business's productivity. Even those businesses that recycle every scrap of paper generated still have to handle that paper--with attendant costs.

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    Is there a need to reduce the amount of office paper used and disposed by businesses? You bet! In 2003, recyclable office paper represented over nine percent of the paper disposed in California, amounting to approximately 785,147 tons, with over 58 percent from commercial sources! Paper is the second largest component of California's commercial waste stream, accounting for about 26.5 percent of all commercial materials disposed. Furthermore, the commercial sector accounts for approximately 47 percent of all materials disposed in the state. See chart below. (Source: CalRecycle's .)

    Composting is an environmentally friendly way to get rid of organic materials while improving the condition of your garden. If you don’t have any recycling facilities for paper in your area, you can add office paper to your compost pile as long as it is first shredded so it will decompose faster. According to the EPA, adding paper to your compost heap will help decrease odor, as paper absorbs water. Paper also adds much-needed carbon to a compost pile, which is already nitrogen-rich; the carbon helps balance the nitrogen out.