W.Va. police force goes green, saves green, by reducing paper

By Kathryn Gregory
Charleston Gazette

Whe West Virginia State Police has taken steps to become a more eco-friendly organization - and could be saving tons of money in the process.

A new computer system has eliminated much of the need for paper manuals, notices and memorandums within the organization, State Police officials say. That saves paper and toner, and printing and shipping costs, for one of the largest organizations in West Virginia, with almost 1,000 employees.

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