Gujarat High Court instructs Registry to use double-sided printing for documents in environmental interest
Gujarat High Court

Gujarat High Court instructs Registry to use double-sided printing for documents in environmental interest

The High Court has issued a circular directing the registry to implement double-sided printing in order to save paper.

The Gujarat High Court recently issued instructions to its administrative wing, to ensure double sided printing on paper in environmental interest, so that substantial saving of paper can be achieved.

The initiative follows a resolution passed by Chief Justice Vikram Nath and other judges of the High Court in the Standing Committee Meeting held on February 14.

Judicial Officers throughout the State of Gujarat have also been urged to take initiatives at their end for saving of paper through the use of double-sided printing, as much as possible.

The Supreme Court had also recently issued a circular on approving double sided printing in environmental interest.

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