This Teen’s Brilliantly Simple Idea Would Save The U.S. Government $400 Million

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Like any good teenager, 14-year-old Suvir Mirchandani was trying to think of ways to save his middle school money. While attending Dorseyville Middle School, Mirchandani, who’s interested in applying to computer science to promote environmental sustainability, noticed the glut of paper he was receiving on a daily basis. There’s not much he could do to END PAPER once and for all, but Mirchandani had an even better idea: BAN PRINTER INK. Or at least cut down on its use. As any intern who’s ever had to lug their way down to Staples for their superiors knows, printer ink is really expensive. But there’s a simple way to save.

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