AUSTRALIA :TOSHIBA WANT EMPTY TONERS CARTRIDGES BACK

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AUSTRALIA :TOSHIBA WANT EMPTY TONERS CARTRIDGES BACK

 user 2009-09-15 at 1:47:43 pm Views: 51
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    http://www.therecycler.com/news/13513/Toshiba-partners-with-Close-the-Loop-to-create-%E2%80%9Czero-waste-to-landfill%E2%80%9D-recycling-program.aspx
    AUSTRALIA :TOSHIBA WANT EMPTY TONERS CARTRIDGES BACK
    Recycling initiative results in 100-percent reuse of collected Toshiba consumable imaging productsToshiba America Business Solutions Inc. (TABS) has announced a partnership with Close the Loop Inc. (CtL) to create the “Zero Waste to Landfill” recycling program.  Scheduled to launch on October 1, this program is TABS’ most comprehensive environmental sustainability initiative to date, allowing for the 100-percent recycling of collected consumable supplies.  CtL’s customized collection program for TABS provides the company with recyclable collection boxes and supplies, freight, transportation, and recycling services for its toner bottles, laser cartridges, drum units, toner bags, and other bulk imaging consumables.

    “Toshiba’s partnership with Close the Loop furthers the company’s commitment towards serving as responsible stewards of the environment by focusing on the three R’s – Reduce, Reuse, Recycle,” said Tom Walter, Director, Aftermarket Sales, Marketing and Operations for TABS.  “One of the most rewarding results of this recycling initiative is that 100-percent of consumable imaging products collected will never make it to a landfill, ensuring minimal negative impact on the environment.”
     
    Traditionally difficult to process, imaging supplies require specialized equipment in order to recycle them.  CtL has patented four different processes for recycling imaging supplies, resulting in a zero-waste solution without using thermal destruction which yields the maximum amount of reusable materials.  These hard-to-process mixed plastics, toner powder, inks and sponges are used in the company’s patented composite eLumber product, thereby reusing previously unusable materials, preventing them from ending up in landfills or being incinerated.
     
    Registration for this recycling program will begin October 1, 2008 with the program launch.  In support of the program, TABS is creating a web portal interface for its dealers and customers in order to participate.  For details on how to become involved in the “Zero Waste to Landfill” project, visit http://www.copiers.toshiba.com on or after October 1.