NOT TRUE HP: EvoCycle by HP, the 100% French Eco-Responsible Toner Cartridge. (This is Not True)

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Date: Tuesday May 10, 2022 03:53:19 pm | Views: 481
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    Launched at the end of 2021, the EvoCycle is the spearhead of the commitments made by the printing specialist in terms of the circular economy.

    To initiate the manufacture and marketing of this new cartridge, HP has entrusted the Liffré plant, its partner subcontractor for laser technology, with the production of the consumable in a closed loop. Specialized in sorting and recycling, this site recovers plastics and materials reused to manufacture the EvoCycle, which contains 76%. No new plastic is added during the transformation or injection process. A process that reduces the environmental impact of this cartridge by 37% compared to that of original HP cartridges. The range is thus intended for several models of HP printers: LaserJet Pro, LaserJet Pro MFP, LaserJet Enterprise, and LaserJet Enterprise MFP.

    “HP EvoCycle cartridges contain only genuine HP components designed to meet our standards for print quality, reliability and performance” Arnaud Lépinois, President of HP France.

    With this new product and the confidence placed in its partner in Liffré, HP is pursuing its objective of achieving net zero emissions across its entire value chain by 2040. First horizon for the printing specialist: l 2030 target with a significant reduction of 50% in emissions by achieving 75% circularity among its products and packaging.
    https://www.infoburomag.com/equipement-it/impression/14698/EvoCycle-par-HP,-la-cartouche-de-toner-eco-responsable-100–bretonne

    HP Evocycle: Tonerkartuschen-Aufbereitung wird in Frankreich pilotiert | Druckerchannel

    TONERNEWS.COM: Sadly, HP does not remanufacturer their toner cartridges, instead they break them down into a recyclable plastic, for manufacturing of new toners. This whole process is wasteful and not really needed when they can just collect their empties and remanufacture them. that is why HP’s claims in this article are not completely true.

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