The Paperless Office: Why it Hasn’t Happened

July 29, 2014

In our ongoing endeavors to better understand how the world uses and perceives digital documents, we conducted a survey. We thought about asking around the Nitro offices, before realizing that doing so would have produced a less-than-impartial (and probably biased) data sample; so we decided to go to the pros. Source

Are Paper Receipts Hazardous to Your health?

Are Paper Receipts Hazardous to Your health?

May 23, 2013

In November, the New York Times reported a frightening discovery: the presence of a dangerous chemical known as “BPA” in a large number of paper store receipts. So what is BPA exactly and how much of it are consumers exposed to through their routine shopping? Source

Doctors and Patients Should

Doctors and Patients Should “Just-Say-No” to Paper

May 4, 2013

Many doctors are still using paper charts in their practice, despite advances in Electronic Medical Record (EMR) technology. Source


Paper City Project: Process/Evolution

March 2, 2013

The infographic is a timeline of the Paper City Project. Each circular ring represents an amount of time spent on a certain technical factor with the most time being represented by the largest or most outer ring. Each month has a unique angle shape based on the information.


The Life Of A Paper Grocery Coupon

February 25, 2013

The production of paper grocery coupons destroys 13.62 million trees each year. That breaks down to 1.135 million trees each month – roughly the number of trees it takes to fill New York City’s Central Park twice over. A full breakdown of the lifecycle of a paper grocery coupon is available on this infographic Source


Physician Survey Reveals “Unhealthy states of small medical practices nationwide”

January 13, 2013

Practice Fusion’s 2011 State of the Small Practice survey and infographic reveals 41 percent of private practices are doing worse than last year; optimism around job satisfaction and new technology. Source


How Recycling Gets Sorted Florida Style

January 6, 2013

Find out how recyclables get sorted using Brevard County in Florida as an example. Source


A Guide a Print Or Not to Print Responsibly

December 31, 2012

Truth be known, both print and digital communications have environmental costs. So how do you most responsibly decide when to view on screen and when to print? Follow the latest research by taking a moment to scan this handy infographic. Then pause and use the insights you’ve gained to make the right call. If choosing […]


An E-filing Environment – Did You Know?

December 28, 2012

E-filing tax returns has been increasing steadily in the last eight years, which is good news for our trees. Learn how e-filing helps our environment. Source


The 2011 Annual: From entries to Finished Book

December 19, 2012

The team started by looking at the sources of each material needed to manufacture the Annual. Instead of cheap pulp from South America, the book uses 100% recycled material from Austria, sourced locally to Lenzing’s Austrian plant, which has the highest international environmental standard (ISO 14,001). This pulp was manufactured into wood free, 80gsm compostable […]

The cost of invoicing

The cost of invoicing

August 28, 2012

The infographic is highlighting the real cost of traditional invoicing and how much money and resources are wasted through paper invoices. Source

How Paper Recycling Works

How Paper Recycling Works

August 26, 2012

More than half of the paper Americans use gets recycled once it is used. This is great news because it shows that people are making a conscience effort to help keep the environment healthy for present and future generations. But what happens to the paper once you throw it in the recycle bin? Read on […]