*NEWS*SAMSUNG’s NEW TONER RECYCLING PROG

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*NEWS*SAMSUNG’s NEW TONER RECYCLING PROG

 user 2008-02-25 at 2:27:00 pm Views: 57
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    Samsung Starts its Own Recycling Program
    Samsung
    has announced its own recycling program in Canada, aptly named the
    Samsung Take back and Recycling Program (STAR). It will be a free
    service that lets customers return empty Samsung-branded toner
    cartridges for laser and multi-function printers.STAR is supported by
    Canada Post, and will see returned cartridges safely reprocessed into
    their major usable component materials, like plastic and metals. These
    bulk, reprocessed materials will then be made available to the market
    for re-use in creating a range of other products.“With the STAR
    program, Samsung is taking responsibility for the possible
    environmental impact of our products,” said Ronald Hulse, Vice
    President Sales & Marketing, IT Division, Samsung Electronics
    Canada. “A founding principle of the STAR program is that it operates
    on a Zero Landfill policy: 100 per cent of the cartridge and related
    materials returned under this program are recycled and reused.“Samsung
    Electronics Canada, Inc. is committed to fulfilling its obligation as a
    corporate citizen in serving the environmental needs of Canada and the
    world, and we hope our customers will help us achieve those goals,”
    Hulse added.To return an empty Samsung toner cartridge, just visit
    http://www.samsung.com/ca/star to print out a pre-addressed, pre-paid Canada
    Post return shipping label, than return the box to any Canada Post post
    office or red label letter box.“By offering a free and simple recycling
    return program like STAR,” concluded Hulse, “we’re providing our
    customers with a convenient, conscientious way of ensuring their used
    products don’t harm the environment by occupying landfill space.“For
    more information about Samsung’s STAR Program, visit
    http://www.samsung.com/ca/star