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treeware

(ˈtriːˌwɛə)
n
books, magazines, or other reading materials that are printed on paper made from wood pulp as opposed to texts in the form of computer software, CD-ROM, audio books, etc
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They commissioned Cardiff-based computer company Treeware Ltd to design a pounds 150,000 system which will identify who were the key voters likely to swing crunch seats.
Plaid trialed elements of Treeware in a small number of wards during the election and party chiefs were highly impressed with the results.
Printed magazines and newspapers have been upgraded into treeware.