*NEWS*RAPID REFILL TOTALLY GREEN

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*NEWS*RAPID REFILL TOTALLY GREEN

 user 2006-05-05 at 11:37:00 am Views: 100
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    Rapid Refill totally green
    inked
    it’s own method for reducing waste. Since 2002, the company has found
    success refilling and remanufacturing inkjet and laser toner cartridges
    for printers, copiers and fax machines. Drop boxes in video stores,
    supermarkets, bookstores and dry cleaners make it easy for people to
    drop off their empty cartridges, instead of just throwing them away.
    Customers can then buy remanufactured toner cartridges at Rapid
    Refill’s retail locations for 40 to 70 percent less than the price of a
    new one.Dan White, president of Rapid Refill and a biologist by
    education, estimates that the average Rapid Refill store remanufactures
    5,000 inkjet cartridges a month, which would otherwise get shipped out
    of the country and burnt as waste.But they don’t stop there. “We also
    decided you can’t be in the recycling business if you don’t walk the
    walk,” White says. In each store, “the countertops are made out of
    sunflower seeds, the carpeting is made from post consumer content… we
    even use floor tile that was partially reclaimed building
    materials.”Those that walk the walk may also want to dress the part.