Paper recycling is nothing new, although Epson has created a machine that can do this in your office, called the Epson PaperLab.
The Epson PaperLab is designed to turn used documents into fresh sheets of paper, the used documents are fed into the machine at one end and then come out at the other end as new paper.
The enduring universal appeal of paper lies in its simplicity as a communication tool. Information on the highly portable and always convenient medium of paper is easy to read, easy to digest, and easy to remember. On the other hand, this essential tool is also produced from a limited resource. As a leading company in the world of printing, Epson has been deeply involved with paper used for its printer products. With this in mind, the company set out to develop technology that would change the paper cycle. With PaperLab, Epson aims to give new value to paper and stimulate recycling.
The machine can produce 14 sheets of A4 paper per minute and it can also produce other sizes including A3, colored paper, scented paper and even thicker paper for business cards.
You can find out more details about the Epson PaperLab at the link below, the company will be showing it off at the Tokyo Big Sight event at the Tokyo International Exhibition Center from the 10th to 12th of December.
Source Epson, The Verge