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Reuse cash register receipts, phone bills etc. for scratch paper

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0 points - I don't save receipts or other junk paper. I throw them away immediatly. 5 points - Saving receipts for note writing is tacky. I wouldn't do that. I use special stationery for that. 25 points - I have written phone numbers, travel directions and the like, on the back of paper scraps but only when I can't find something better.
50 points - I write notes on the backs of receipts and other odd paper, but I don't actually save them for that purpose. 75 points - I save paper scraps, but they collect at a much greater rate than I can reuse them so I end up adding them to the paper recycling bin. 100 points - I save all receipts and other paper and reuse them as scratch and note paper.
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Created by: tumultguy on 2000-06-01 15:33:49
Last modified by: tumultguy on 2000-06-01 23:15:49

Summary: Cash register receipts and other one-use paper usually has an unprinted backside that can be reused. This saves trees and reduces waste. By saving these paper scraps you'll always be ready to do something good for the planet.



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