REMAN TONER CTGS SAVES THE ENVIRONMENT

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REMAN TONER CTGS SAVES THE ENVIRONMENT

 user 2006-05-24 at 12:38:00 pm Views: 45
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    Toner Cartridge Remanufacturing Saves the Environment
    WALTHAM, Mass.–May  2006–You are concerned with global warming, the economy and the environment. You strive to make a difference in all that you do and for that reason, you faithfully recycle. At home you separate plastic, tin and aluminum for the local recycler and at work you recycle your used paper and empty toner cartridges. Have you ever wondered what happens after you return cartridges to a recycler? Are you really making a difference?The magnitude of cartridge recycling efforts was recently outlined in a detailed report by the International Imaging Technology Council, a not-for-profit trade association that represents the interests of the world’s imaging supplies industry.”There are more than 5,000 printer cartridge remanufacturers or dealers in the United States today who are responsible for employing 35,000 people and withholding more than 38,000 tons of industrial grade plastic and metals from landfills every year.”The average remanufacturer restores 338 cartridges per month, and is therefore saving 264 gallons of oil and 845 pounds of solid waste from landfills each month. Stacked one on top of the other, a tower of cartridges produced annually by an average remanufacturer would exceed the height of the Empire State Building.”(1)Tricia Judge, Executive Director of the Council, prepared the report. She goes on to say that, “While other manufacturing industries are shrinking or disappearing, the printer cartridge remanufacturing industry is growing and thriving.”"There are three different paths a spent toner cartridge can take,” advises Joe Rogan, COO of Clarity Imaging, manufacturer of PageMax. “The first is a cartridge that can’t be used. Those are melted down and the plastic is used for other items like lawn chairs. The second is refilling, which is what most remanufacturers in the industry are doing. The third is total recycling, which is what Clarity Imaging does. The only part of the cartridge not recycled is the last remaining dregs of used toner. We reuse every piece of the empty toner cartridge including the cardboard box it’s shipped in.”You can feel good about your recycling efforts as they relate to toner cartridges. With over 5,000 printer cartridge remanufacturers or dealers in the United States today, you will find a good home for your empty toner cartridges.
    Clarity Imaging Technologies is one of the leaders in remanufacturing used toner cartridges. Clarity Imaging Technologies, Inc. manufactures Page Max® laser toner cartridges in the United States. PageMax laser toner cartridges use patented “High Efficiency Toner Transfer Technology”(TM) to double the page yield versus the OEM cartridges, while providing comparable quality and reliability .Clarity Imaging brings more than 15 years of technology leadership to producing and providing an innovative cartridge alternative which is cost effective, of highest quality, and provides uncompromising support to companies throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico, and Europe. Clarity Imaging offers its customers cradle-to-grave printer support providing products and services from the oldest to the newest releases of printer models, including a full line of magnetic ink character recognition (MICR) printing used in check writing. PageMax cartridges come with a Full Life Satisfaction Guarantee. If a customer is dissatisfied with a PageMax cartridge for any reason, Clarity Imaging will replace the PageMax Cartridge free of charge. Clarity Imaging Technologies is a privately held company headquartered in Waltham, MA. For more information, visit the company web site at http://www.clarityimaging.com.