The Epson PaperLab Paper Making Machine Recycles and Reuses Waste

By: Michael Hemsworth - Dec 3, 2015
References: global.epson & uncrate
There is a disproportionate amount of paper waste that is created thanks to the modern office, so the Epson PaperLab Paper Making Machine is designed to help alleviate the large amount of waste by simply incorporating recycling technologies right into offices. The Epson PaperLab Paper Making Machine works by taking in scrap paper, which it then breaks down and reformats into pristine pieces that are ready to be reutilized in printers and the like.

The Epson PaperLab Paper Making Machine is also an answer to how companies can help to cut out the middle man when it comes to destroying sensitive documents; instead of using a third-party company, the device allows all documents to stay in-house.