Stockholm (2012-08-27) – Global leaders assembled today at the opening session of the 2012 World Water Week in Stockholm called for substantial increases in public and private sector investment to reduce losses of food in the supply chain, enhance water efficiency in agriculture and curb consumer waste.
OFFICEWORKS and supplier Keytek have apologized to customers who may have been misled by claims that the ”Greentec” range of inkjet cartridges were recycled from empty originals.
Tips to Save Money on Printer Cartridges Pyrolaser
Printer cartridges can be a surprisingly large drain on your budget if you print frequently. The Prices never stay the same and they often need replacing at the worst possible moments. In economic times like these you want to save your cash for more important things, we’ll help you do that where your print cartridges are concerned here in this article.
We discussed in a previous article “Laserjet Printers vs. Inkjet Printers” that laserjet printers are likely to come in handy when printing a large bulk of documents and are better in printing fine details such as small texts compare to inkjet printers. Laserjet printers can also print much faster than inkjet printers. These two factors which are speed and high printing needs, makes them more popular in business corporations and organizations.
Editor’s Note: The following article is reprinted from PCWorld.com.
Canon Pixma MG2120
Buying the inkjet printer or inkjet MFP (multifunction printer) that is best suited to your budget should be simple. It’s not, and the complication is the ink. Replenishing this vital fluid costs much more over time than the printer itself costs initially, yet unwary buyers often overlook that expense. To find the most economical printer over the long haul, you need to pay attention to ink-onomics—how much your printer’s inks cost and how much ink you’ll use.
From toner to paint,a recycling world first
By ROB O’NEILL
The Sunday Star-Times (Auckland, New Zealand)
April 15, 2012
WAYNE GRIEVE has a mission: he wants to recycle every last piece of the thousands of waste printer toner cartridges his company, Toner Recycling (TRC), collects.
By Aziz Idris
A green-minded company has devised an environmental-friendly method to dispose of and resell used printer cartridges for its customers.
Recycling printer cartridges is the best thing you can do to save more while saving the earth! Using re manufactured laser printer toner cartridges and re manufactured printer ink cartridge is like investing into your health or in your child’s future. Why? In acquiring materials to produce our re manufactured cartridges, our efforts have helped redirect more than 300 tons of waste from the landfill. It’s easy to see how printer cartridge recycling lets you have a cleaner environment while bringing you more savings.
Starting September 1st 2011, schools will be getting more money from Pyrolaser.
Since the money we pay for empty cartridges often acts as a fundraiser for ecological projects, we’ve decide to make things even more interesting.
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — Want to get rid of that obsolete computer equipment, analog TV or old cell phone or pager?
There isn’t an app for that, but there is a solution.
The Staten Island Electronics Recycling Collection Day will be Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Staten Island Mall, New Springville.
The event will be held in Parking Lot F, near the main entrance at 2655 Richmond Ave.
Electronics from households and small businesses (fewer than 50 employees, please call ahead), as well as not-for-profits, are being accepted.
Folks can recycle unwanted or broken electronics, such as computers (laptops, desktops, servers, mainframes), computer monitors, printers, scanners, fax machines, copiers, network devices (routers, hubs, modems, etc.), peripherals (keyboards, mice, cables, etc.), components (hard drives, CD-ROMs, circuit boards, power supplies, etc.), TVs, VCRs and DVD players, audio-visual equipment, cell phones, pagers, PDAs, telecommunication (phones, answering machines, etc.).
Home appliances, such as microwaves, refrigerators and air conditioners, will not be accepted.
The event is being put on by the Lower East Side Ecology Center in conjunction with the Staten Island Mall/General Growth Properties. Sponsors are Panasonic, Toshiba, Consolidated Edison and MRM.