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 user 2009-04-10 at 12:29:33 pm Views: 71
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    Staples Offers $50 for Old Printers —Let’s Hope the Check Arrives
    Mass., april 2009  —-Staples, Inc. , the world’s largest office
    products company, today announced it is rewarding customers by offering
    free printer recycling and a $50 rebate with the purchase of a new
    printer (regularly priced $179 and up) at all Staples 1,500 U.S. stores
    and through May 2, 2009.Staples, a leader in office
    technology recycling, is hosting the printer recycling event for the
    second consecutive year. During the 2008 recycling event, Staples
    collected more than 100,000 printers, and expects to recycle even more
    this spring. To make it easier for customers to recycle office
    technology, Staples is also offering customers free recycling of any
    technology product it sells on Earth Day, April 22, 2009, at any
    Staples store nationwide. Customers can bring in any item Staples sells
    to recycle at their local Staples, including telephones, digital
    cameras, computers, laptops and GPS devices (one per item
    customer).”Staples is a one-stop shop for a wide variety of technology
    products, from computers and printers to digital cameras and GPS
    devices,” said Scott Rankin, VP/DMM of technology merchandising,
    Staples. “We are committed to making it easy for customers to make a
    difference, what Staples calls EcoEasy, by providing customers with
    recycling services. The printer trade in program is an easy way for
    customers to recycle their old printers safely, and upgrade to a new
    printer that best meets their needs.”

    The printer recycling
    event also offers significant savings on exclusive Staples EcoEasy
    Edition printers by HP. Each printer in this line is an Energy
    Star-qualified product and helps customers save resources with
    automatic double-sided printing. Plus, with every purchase from this
    line, Staples will make a donation to to offset the
    average energy consumed over three years of product use. These
    donations will go toward supporting’s Return to Forest
    reforestation project.

    The HP Staples EcoEasy Edition printers available at Staples stores include:

    – HP Officejet Pro 8500 Wireless All-in-One Printer Staples EcoEasy Edition

    – HP Officejet Pro 8000 Wireless Printer Staples EcoEasy Edition

    – HP Officejet 6500 Wireless All-in-One Printer Staples EcoEasy Edition

    – HP Color LaserJet CP2025dn Printer Staples EcoEasy Edition

    – HP LaserJet P2055dn Printer Staples EcoEasy Edition

    day at Staples customers can earn $3 back in Staples Rewards or Staples
    Teacher Rewards when they recycle any brand of ink and toner
    cartridges, up to 10 per month. Staples also offers every-day free
    in-store recycling of cell phones, PDAs, Dell computer equipment and
    any brand of computer accessories, and technology recycling for
    printers, laptops, computers and monitors for a $10 service charge.

    Staples Offers $50 for Old Printers —Let’s Hope the Check Arrives
    program offers $50 for old printersEarth Day is coming soon, and
    Staples has a promotional deal that’s bound to appeal to our green
    side-in more ways than one.The office-supplies retailer is offering
    free printer recycling and a $50 rebate with the purchase of a new
    printer that retails for $179 and up. The deal is valid at all of
    Staples’ 1,500 U.S. stores and runs through May 2, 2009. Staples ran
    the same promotion last year and collected more than 100,000 printers.
    It hopes to gather even more this year, the company says.

    Earth Day, April 22, Staples will offer free recycling of any tech
    gadget it sells, including phones, digital cameras, laptop computers,
    and GPS devices. The company normally charges a $10 recycling fee.The
    $50 rebate seems like a good deal, although I’ve had my issues with
    Staples rebates in the past. Last year I recycled a few ink jet
    cartridges there-Staples pays $3 per empty tank-and never received a
    dime for them. When I phoned Staples, the company said it had sent me a
    check, but added that the envelope resembles a promotional flyer. “A
    lot of people just throw them out,” said the Staples rep.When I asked
    for a new check, the rep said the rebate period had already expired-so
    no check for me. Of course, rebate horror stories are nothing new, and
    plenty consumer advocates would like to see the often-shady deals go
    extinct.I’m still waiting for rebate checks from the last millennium.