*NEWS*INK’s DRY ON ELIZA’s WIN

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*NEWS*INK’s DRY ON ELIZA’s WIN

 user 2006-09-13 at 12:01:00 pm Views: 74
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    Ink’s dry on Eliza’s win
    A WEST Norfolk student has won a top award after spending her work placement with a Lynn company.
    WEST
    NORFOLK UK:Eliza Cousins (21), of Walpole St Peter, is helping Lynn’s
    KPM Crusader make efficiencies in the re-manufacturing of ink-jet
    printer cartridges.She was crowned Norfolk’s Most Enterprising Student
    2006 at a recent awards ceremony organised by the Shell Step
    Programme.Eliza, a student in economics and French at Durham
    University, was asked by KMP Crusader to look at manufacturing methods
    and cost savings. Her final report is due to go to the company at the
    end of this month.Judges at the ceremony, held in Norwich, heard that
    only ten per cent of the 65 million ink jet cartridges sold in the UK
    in 2003 were recycled.Eliza told the judging panel that analysts say
    each cartridge could be used seven times and the market in
    re-manufactured units was potentially huge.”I can’t believe I’ve won,
    it’s an amazing feeling. I really enjoyed my project and have got so
    much experience out of it,” she said.Eliza, who thanked Christine Fysh
    at KMP Crusader for her support, will now go through to the Eastern
    regional event where she will face winners from across the Eastern
    region.