UK:TRYING TO LEVEL A CARTRIDGE MOUNTAIN

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UK:TRYING TO LEVEL A CARTRIDGE MOUNTAIN

 user 2005-12-05 at 10:43:00 am Views: 119
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    Trying to level a cartridge mountain
    A CHESTER company has declared war on a printer cartridge mountain which it says is clogging landfill sites and damaging the environment.
    Exacta is recruiting a 5,000- strong recycling army, to collect empty toner and inkjet cartridges from collection boxes it is placing in homes and workplaces across the UK.
    And it will arrange for them to be shipped for recycling to the firm’s processing headquarters in Switzerland. It will also act as distributors for Printer Juice, a new range of toner and inkjet cartridges which can be re-used many times.
    “This is the most comprehensive recycling programme in the country and one that will have a positive impact on the environment,” said chairman Stuart Murphy.


    Recycling company recruits ‘green army’ of 5,000

    A CHESTER company is recruiting a 5,000-strong recycling army in a multi-million pound UK-wide investment.
    Exacta is hiring the workers to collect empty toner and inkjet cartridges from homes and workplaces across the country.
    They will then arrange for them to be shipped for recycling to their processing HQ in Switzerland.
    They will also act as distributors for Printer Juice, a new range of toner and inkjet cartridges that have been designed with the environment in mind.
    The cartridges are capable of being re-used many times.
    Exacta chairman Stuart Murphy said: “This is the most comprehensive recycling programme in the country and one that will have a positive impact on the environment
    “The big difference between this and other so-called recycling initiatives is that our distributors will physically collect empty cartridges from the thousands of collection boxes we are placing in homes and offices across the country.
    “And we already have hundreds of people wanting to join us because they can build businesses of their own supplying our Printer Juice range of environmentallyfriendly products to homes and businesses.”
    Mr Murphy believes the new legislation which came into force this summer, requiring environmentally safe disposal of waste products, will make the Exacta solution a compelling one for homes and businesses in the future.