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Environmental Protection Agency

Save! by Instituting Electronic Records Submittal System

The Superfund Records Center at the EPA currently requires paper copies to be submitted with a paper routing/approval system. The printed documents are then scanned into the electronic records system. So much time and money can be saved at the EPA by making this archaic process fully electronic as the original documents are already electronic and must be printed out along with an approval sheet that has to physically... more »

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Rules of Practice Administrative Proceedings Paper Reduction

40 CFR Part 22 governs the administrative adjudicatory proceedings. Rule 22.5 requires the filing of an original and a copy of a document. In addition, during the process copies of all documents are also served to the Presiding Officer and the respondent. At this time an original and at least 4 copies have been generated. If the case goes to a hearing, the EPA attorney is required under Rule 22.22(e) to submit an original... more »

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Install inexpensive software to measure and manage printing

Agencies usually do not measure how much paper their employees use. As a result they do not make efforts to save paper, because they often can't even quantify it. My office fills an entire room with paper every couple of months, uses it all, then places a new order when it gets low- even though it it unecessary and we could rely on more digital forms.

In university, each student had a 30 page quota per month, and every... more »

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