News: Eco Inkjets makes positive impact with remanufactured ink cartridges
Eco Inkjets, the leading manufacturer of inkjet ink cartridges and laser toner cartridges in the United States, has carved a niche for themselves among environmentally-conscious Americans.
Thursday, 21st January 2010
With their remanufactured ink cartridges that has the potential to save 283 million gallons of oil every year and avoid the disposal of 570,000 tons of plastic. Eco Inkjets is the online division of MWP Imaging, LLC, a provider of digital imaging products and solutions. Ever since the company had introduced their eco-friendly cartridges in the market, there has been a growing demand in the United States, with more and more people choosing Eco-Inkjets cartridges instead of the original equipment manufacturers' cartridges. "Remanufactured cartridges are not only 40 to 60 percent cheaper than full retail cartridges, but they also play a large role in saving the environment", says Moses Olaniran who is the, President and CEO of Eco-Inkjets.com. Eco-Inkjets remanufacture their replacement inkjet cartridge and laser toner cartridge from virgin OEM cartridges. Each cartridge is inspected, cleaned and then remanufactured with high quality ink and toner to meet the specifications of a whole range of printers including HP, Epson, Canon, Panasonic, Dell and IBM. Once the inkjet ink cartridges and laser toner cartridges have been professionally checked and tested for quality assurance, they are then sealed and sold to eco-savvy American offices and individuals. In an effort to promote the benefits of remanufactured inkjet cartridges, the National Office Paper Recycling Project has launched the 'Recycling at Work' campaign in partnership with Canon, Hewlett-Packard, Lexmark and Xerox. The campaign offers excellent insight into how inkjet ink cartridges and laser toner cartridges are recycled and the information is intended to be a valuable eye-opener for companies, local communities and governments who are keen on using environmental-friendly products.
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