Mac Users can now print green with GreenPrint

Portland’s GreenPrint Technologies recently announced that Mac users can now go green with GreenPrint’s newly-designed Mac version of the paper-saving software.

GreenPrint CEO Hayden Hamilton said that the company received hundreds and hundreds of emails requesting a Mac version, so they are happy to finally oblige. The Mac version was created from scratch after over a year of development, and boasts a prettier UI than the PC version (naturally).

GreenPrint software analyzes each page of documents sent to print for unwanted content – blank spots, banner ads, logos, legal jargon, etc. It also includes an instant PDF creator, and lets you track the number of pages and amount of money saved. GreenPrint claims to save the average user 1,400 pages of wasted paper each year. While that only works out to about $90, it saves almost 20% of a tree.
GreenPrint was a presenting company at the Dow Jones Environmental Ventures 2008 conference in May, and was picked by Down Jones editors as one of the “Top 10 picks for future success.”