WHO IS …………..IMAGE MICROSYSTEMS ?

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WHO IS …………..IMAGE MICROSYSTEMS ?

 user 2008-08-12 at 11:38:05 am Views: 40
  • #20010
    http://www.recycle.co.uk/news/901000.html
    Image Microsystems Gives Old Ink Cartridges another Chance
    August 
    2008 Image Microsystems is a Texas based company that specializes in
    remanufacturing computers and ink cartridges. The firm is committed to
    recycling these products and making the world a greener and more
    efficient place.“Probably fifteen to twenty million pieces of ink
    cartridges did not go to landfill because of this process,” said CEO
    Alex Abadi.“Our impact that we’re trying to make sure that we
    understand is to recover every bit of plastic that comes into this
    possibly where we can remanufacture it,” company VP Jim Rollins
    added.In addition to the company’s green efforts, it also provides work
    experience for students and alumni from the Texas School for the Deaf.
    The workers prepare ink cartridges for recycling.

    In a recent
    article, company employee John Davis talked about the positive impact
    the workers are making.“I think this is a lot,” Davis said. “Recycling,
    I think it needs to continue and it’s a part of our future that we
    always have to consider, absolutely.”Unlike many re-manufacturers,
    Image Microsystems is intent on using every last bit of the ink and
    toner cartridges they receive. Every single part of old ink cartridges
    is removed and separated into appropriate lots.

    Aside from
    remanufactured cartridges, the company also designs and sells its only
    line of stepping stones made from the recycled plastics.“We have put
    some design in it,” Abadi said. “We have different type of stones so
    it’s user-friendly.”For more information on ink cartridge recycling and
    green stepping stones, visit Image Mircosystems at imagemicro.com