What about the toilet paper? The average person uses 1 roll per day. If you have a family of 4, that's 28 rolls a week. Over 100 a month."Obviously it saves lots of paper being wasted," - this is the most nefarious skew targeting the business for decades.
What about PET bottles which lifecycle is counted in minutes if not seconds, albeit their degradation time might be several hundred years? What about the forced replacement of consumer electronics (via planned obsolescence), which can't be economically disassembled, hence they're unrecyclable? What about the millions of tonnes of waste, which they're bury beside every major city?
Thanks for looking that up. The numbers didn't look right to me
No, that's an old habit, shall I say, tradition. The shoemaker's shoes are always holey. This is to prove he's caring about the clients' jobs over anything else.The majority of shops I go in these days, the pressroom manager doesn't even have a card to give me. The very people who should be showcasing their printing ability and creativity. Says a lot.