ST. PAUL, MN (KDAL) - Living up to its mission of protecting, conserving and improving the environment, the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency has reduced office paper use by 62 percent. The number of sheets of paper used by full time employees went from 6200 in 2009 down to 2500 in 2012. That saved the MPCA over 26 thousand dollars and also provided a number of environmental benefits including saving around 28 trees.
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