*NEWS*UK:TREES FROM TONERS GROW

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*NEWS*UK:TREES FROM TONERS GROW

 user 2005-05-12 at 11:15:00 am Views: 51
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    Trees from toners grow




    Recycling: Richard Fox, Cartridge World marketing manager, with Phil, the company mascot        Picture supplied
    Recycling:Cartridge World marketing
    manager, with Phil, the company mascot Picture
    supplied

     

    ENVIRONMENTALLY friendly residents have saved hundreds of ink cartridges from
    Buckinghamshire’s landfills and contributed instead to 6,000 new trees being
    planted.

    Cartridge World customers in Grimsdell Corner, Amersham, have helped to save
    more than two million printer and ink cartridges nationally within just six
    months to meet the company’s 6,000 tree planting target.

    In the Plant a Tree not a Cartridge (PATNOC) scheme, customers receive a
    stamp every time they bring in an old cartridge as well as a discount on their
    new cartridges.

    It takes between five and eight stamps to plant a tree.

    A company spokesman said: “I would like to thank everybody in Amersham for
    backing our initiative.”