E-mail font saves ink

SAN ANTONIO (Chemicals Confidential)–Anyone selling chemicals into printing inks is going to be concerned to hear that switching a company’s default font on an e-mail system from Arial to Century Gothic will save money on ink when printing out e-mail messages, according to an article in the US newspaper USA Today, which my Houston hotel kindly left outside my door on Friday.

 

The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay has found that the new font uses about 30% less ink, when printer ink costs it about $10,000 per gallon.

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