ALL VOLKSWAGEN MOTOR PLANTS USE & RECYCLE TONER CARTRIDGE

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ALL VOLKSWAGEN MOTOR PLANTS USE & RECYCLE TONER CARTRIDGE

 user 2010-03-22 at 11:11:48 am Views: 36
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    ALL VOLKSWAGEN MOTOR PLANTS USE &
    RECYCLE TONER CARTRIDGE

    Volkswagen
    motors towards efficiency by recycling toner cartridges

    Volkswagen has become the latest big firm to wear its green
    credentials on its sleeve by revealing details of its toner cartridge
    recycling.Volkswagen Group, the international vehicle manufacturer, has
    become the latest big firm to set an example when it comes to recycling
    printer ink, ink cartridges and toner cartridges.The Germany company has
    been making an effort to progress in terms of costs, energy efficiency
    and its environmental balance sheet by introducing a raft of new
    initiatives.

    It has replaced more than 52,000 fax machines,
    printers, photocopiers and scanners with less than 17,500 all-in-one
    devices throughout its business and integrated these products into a
    unified IT infrastructure.There is also a new device which informs
    employees about toner cartridge levels which means that maintenance is
    carried out as needed and storage of consumables on site is no longer
    necessary.

    In addition, toner cartridges are always changed in an
    environmentally friendly way without non-specialist staff needing to
    get involved.Klaus Hard Muhleck, head of group IT at the company, said:
    “The multifunction device project, which is now complete, was a major
    and successful step. And there is more to come.”