It’s only natural that Baylor folks are fond of all things green. This fall, the Baylor libraries have done their part to show that it can be easy bein’ green.
PawPrints — Baylor’s campus network of printers — made a simple change that’s making a world of difference. The PawPrints printers in the Moody and Jones libraries, Baylor Science Building Atrium, and the Bill Daniel Student Center were all switched so that the default mode is two-sided printing.
As of the beginning of October, those printers had printed 110,000 fewer pages than they did last fall. Recycling boxes near all PawPrints stations further help reduce waste. The libraries are also testing out various weights of recycled paper for use in these stations.
Sic ’em, paper-savers!