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Toshiba developing a copier with an erasable toner

Recycling just got a breath of fresh air with Toshiba's copier that is making its rounds through early development cycles. This cool copier device prints using a special erasable toner. When the paper is passed through the color erasing device, its contents are erased, thus making it reusable. This special toner only works with supporting devices. Says the bosses, "This is a special kind of toner that loses its color when heated, so this technology makes it look as if.
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