News: Cartridge World Supplies a 'Green' Solution to Kodak Printers
National ink refilling retailer offers consumers a cost effective way to 'reduce, reuse, and recycle'.
Sunday, 4th March 2007
On the heels of the Kodak announcement of its entry into the inkjet printer market, Cartridge World, the largest ink refilling retailer, reminds consumers that using refilled cartridges remains the most cost efficient way to print and is the right environmental solution. Cartridge World estimates their efforts have kept nine million cartridges out of landfills along with providing up to 50 percent savings for consumers, answering both money savings and environmental concerns. Cartridge World addresses environmental issues by showcasing its ability to refill inkjet cartridges an average of three to eight times and remanufacture laser cartridges infinitely, all without sacrificing quality. Cartridge World is the world's fastest growing ink refilling retailer in the US$80 billion printer cartridge industry.
RICS tackles the Circular Economy and Public Interest
David Fitzsimons will take part in a breakfast discussion at the ICE to answer the question: why is the Circular Economy still only a minority issue among business leaders and policy makers?
CRR to facilitate at G7 Resource Efficiency Alliance inspired workshop in Brussels
David Parker and Edward Sims will be facilitating sessions of the EC / IRP Workshop in Brussels on 7 and 8 February on 'Promoting Remanufacturing, Refurbishment, Repair, and Direct Reuse'