News: USA - online toner retailer says remanufactured cartridges help save the environment and money
OfficeSupplyOutfitters, an online imaging supplies retailer, says that remanufactured cartridges save the environment and money.
Sunday, 4th March 2007
Using compatible brand ink cartridges, also known as generic cartridges, is one way of saving the environment. A total cartridge lab that tests and evaluates remanufactured toner cartridges to assure standardized quality has been functioning since July, 2001 at the National Center for Remanufacturing and Resource Recovery (NCR3) at Rochester Institute of Technology's Center for Integrated Manufacturing Studies (CIMS). Its mission is purported to help the remanufacturing industry design and construct standardized products to near-new condition with no adverse consequences to the environment. The toner cartridge remanufacturing industry continues to evolve internationally with thousands of companies employing tens of thousands of people yielding over a hundred million dollars in revenue in the U.S. alone.
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 contributes to Circular Economy report
Scaling the circular economy in Europe offers investment opportunities worth EUR320 billion, according to a new report produced by SYSTEMIQ with the Ellen MacArthur Foundation and with input from the CRR.
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'