1. Make sure you are fully aware of the functionality of your device. When used correctly, multifunction printers (MFP) can save on the amount of copy and print your business does and often cost less in terms of finance and energy consumption if running multiple single-function devices separately. 2. Make everyone aware: It is amazing how fast people get into bad habits. For example, take out copies of a document, when it could easily be scanned and emailed around to colleagues. Involve your staff so that each time is consumed paper is absolutely essential and can make a substantial difference in terms of both energy and financial costs.
3. Copiers Off: All the office should be sure to check that all the copiers and other non-essential machines are turned off before leaving the office, potentially reducing your energy bill. 4. Make use of the system Duplex (double sided) … default: This should in fact be set as default in Sharp, which will greatly reduce the amount of paper consumed and also reduce office costs. 5. Use only what you need: For example, do not copy or print color on a piece of much larger size / MFD glossy when a smaller, simpler paper machine in black and white, matte would be sufficient. 6.
Check the screen before printing: Actually, it is worthwhile to become familiar with the menu on the machine. Thus, if you have no hurry to find the desired function or at risk of frantically making copies unnecessary. 7. Know your document feeder: It may sound elementary, but when using the document feeder, make sure the correct address is where you’re accommodating your role, especially if you are using a letterhead. 8. Energy saving check before buying equipment: When purchasing a new copier, printer, scanner, multifunction printer (MFP), be sure to check the environmental credentials of their product. Example that has Energy Star accreditation in September. Consult a specialist in records management: applications allow you to configure the MFP and copier to work efficiently, preventing the machines are poorly located or are being misused. 10. Recycle.