Green Your Office Replace your guzzling supplies with these workplace sippers June 05, 2008 Uncategorized SHARE Reprinter Most of the D2545 printer—about 85 percent of the plastic, even in its ink cartridges—is recycled. And the gray casing was created without chemical bleaches or dyes. HP Deskjet D2545 $50 (est.); hp.com Not Just Pulp To get more out of each tree, Xerox uses not only the pulp but also the woody lignin fibers. So this paper needs half as many trees, fewer chemicals and less water. Xerox High Yield Paper $44 per carton; xerox.com Green Screen Lenovo’s 20-inch LCD reduces the number of backlight bulbs from six to two, halving power consumption and slashing the use of toxic lead, mercury and cadmium. Lenovo ThinkVision L200p $300; lenovo.com Instant Turnoff Using an infrared sensor to detect body heat, this power strip knows when you leave your desk and turns off six of its outlets for devices like printers. Watt Stopper Isolé IDP-3050 $90; wattstopper.com Center of Power A concept for a Green Plug device incorporates charging ports, a USB hub and a network router. Environment MORE TO READ RELATED Ask Us Anything: Why can’t we see more colors? Other animals see many more than we do. READ NOW RELATED The first mini LED gaming monitor comes with a huge pricetag For $3,000, the Asus ROG Swift PG32UQX is... RELATED Ask Us Anything: What happens in your brain when you daydream? It doesn't just lay low.