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Portuguese government to cut paper use by 20%

Staff Writer |
The Portuguese government wants to cut its use of paper and toners by at least 20% this year and the cabinet has approved several measures to help reach this target.

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A "Zero paper" pilot project is also to be launched by the justice ministry secretary general, the higher education department and the Portuguese tourist agency to eliminate all physical internal and external processes.

The project includes communication with other public entities, citizens and companies to “identify and overcome any constraints from implementing the new” and “provide information to help implement the idea".


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