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 user 2007-09-14 at 11:00:00 am Views: 56
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    Cartridge World Supports Go Green Initiative
    09/2007
    Cartridge World, the world’s largest printer ink cartridge refilling
    and remanufacturing retailer, which has a store in Washington,
    announced that it has partnered with the Go Green Initiative.The
    initiative is a nonprofit organization dedicated to creating a culture
    of environmental responsibility for its “Students and Teachers Unite”
    September promotion.The promotion will give students, teachers and PTA
    members who present valid K-12 identifications a 20 percent discount on
    refilled or remanufactured printer cartridges when they exchange an
    empty cartridge.

    Cartridge World North America also announced it
    is donating $10,000 to the Go Green Initiative and will distribute
    educational materials to schools around the nation.”We are really
    looking forward to getting started on this ‘green’ partnership,” said
    Ken Jones of Cartridge World in Washington. “Our local team is glad to
    join in on the company’s continuous efforts to help people become more
    eco-friendly aware.”Cartridge World is no stranger to helping local
    environmental support initiatives. The company has an established
    recycling fund-raising program with community groups, schools and
    businesses throughout the nation.This program invites participants to
    collect empty ink and toner cartridges, and Cartridge World will offer
    to buy back those cartridges to ensure each is recycled properly.