UGANDA : CARTRIDGE RECYCLING FIRM TO EMPLOY HUNDREDS !

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UGANDA : CARTRIDGE RECYCLING FIRM TO EMPLOY HUNDREDS !

 user 2008-11-24 at 11:18:51 am Views: 60
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    http://www.newvision.co.ug/D/8/220/660891
    Cartridge recycling firm to employ hundreds
    November,
    2008 AT least 100 Ugandans are to get jobs in a new cartridge recycling
    company.The Cartridge Centre, a subsidiary of UK-based Green Trees, the
    world renown cartridge manufacturers, started operations last month and
    is located on Kampala Road.
    “We want to help companies save money by
    recycling cartridges used in computers and photocopiers,” the centre’s
    director, Howard Bakojja, said.Bakojja said technicians, printers,
    laboratory assistants and casual labourers would be employed by the
    company.

    Bakojja who has just returned from a month long course
    in cartridge recycling in London, said they would also purchase old
    inkjet and laser jet cartridges from the public.
    “The machines we
    have clean, drain the ink from the used cartridges and re- polish it,”
    he said, adding that the recycled cartridges would be tested before
    delivering them to the users.
    “We are doing this to conserve the
    environment because a plastic item takes over 400 years to decompose.
    Why throw away a used cartridge yet you can have it recycled?”
    He said the firm would save companies millions of shillings in importation of cartridges.