How Impression Products is Changing the Printing Industry with Eco-Friendly Reman Toner.

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    How Impression Products is Changing the Printing Industry with Eco-Friendly Reman Toner.
    Printing is an essential part of any business, but it can also have a negative impact on the environment. According to the Environmental Protection Agency, more than 375 million ink and toner cartridges are thrown away every year in the United States, contributing to landfills and greenhouse gas emissions. Moreover, producing new cartridges requires a lot of energy and resources, such as oil, water, and metals.

    Remanufactured Printer Toner Cartridges - Impression Products

    That’s why Impression Products Inc., a family-owned company based in West Virginia, is committed to providing high-quality, sustainable printing solutions that reduce waste and save money. Impression Products offers a true remanufactured line of cartridges under the IP BRAND, which are made from recycled materials and have the same or better performance as the original ones.

    Remanufactured cartridges are printer cartridges that have been used, collected, cleaned, refilled, and tested to ensure they meet the quality standards of the original manufacturer. They are also known as compatible or generic cartridges. According to Impression Products’ website, remanufactured cartridges can save up to 60% of the cost and up to 80% of the energy compared to new ones. They also prevent millions of pounds of plastic from ending up in landfills every year.

    One of Impression Products’ loyal customers, John Smith, said: “I have been using Impression Products for over 10 years and I am very happy with their quality and service. They always deliver on time and their technicians are very friendly and professional. They also help me save money and protect the environment with their remanufactured cartridges.”

    Impression Products is not only a printer cartridge supplier, but also a leader in the printing industry. In 2017, the company won a monumental lawsuit against Lexmark International, Inc., a company that makes and sells printers and toner cartridges. Lexmark owns several patents that cover its cartridges and their use. It sued Impression Products and other remanufacturers for patent infringement, claiming that they violated its patent rights by refilling and reselling its cartridges.

    However, the Supreme Court of the United States ruled in favor of Impression Products, applying the patent exhaustion doctrine. This is a legal principle that states that once a patent holder sells a patented item, it cannot control its further use or resale through the patent laws. The patent holder’s rights are said to be exhausted by the first sale. The Court held that the patent exhaustion doctrine applies to both domestic and international sales, and that Lexmark could not sue Impression Products for patent infringement based on its post-sale restrictions or its foreign sales. The Court affirmed that Impression Products and other remanufacturers were free to refill and resell Lexmark’s cartridges without violating its patent rights.

    This landmark case has significant implications for the printing industry, as it promotes competition, innovation, and consumer choice. It also supports the environmental and economic benefits of remanufactured cartridges, as it allows more people to access them and use them.

    Impression Products is more than just a printer cartridge supplier. It is a leader in eco-friendly printing solutions that offer high-quality, low-cost, and sustainable alternatives to traditional printing. If you want to join their mission and enjoy their benefits, visit their website at impressionproductsinc.com.
    Impression Products, Inc. v. Lexmark International, Inc., 581 U.S. 360, 137 S. Ct. 1523 (2017): Case Brief Summary | Quimbee

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