NEW ZEALAND : CANON WANTS EMPTY CARTRIDGES BACK

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NEW ZEALAND : CANON WANTS EMPTY CARTRIDGES BACK

 user 2010-03-08 at 1:30:28 pm Views: 50
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    NEW ZEALAND :CANON WANTS EMPTY CARTRIDGES BACK
    Canon NZ Launches Recycling Initiative
    A press release on Scoop announced a new initiative from Canon New Zealand and JB HiFi. While the idea in itself is nothing new – Staples offers the same scheme for printer purchases – the fact that it is being done with the environment in mind certainly makes it noteworthy.Canon New Zealand would like to encourage its customers to recycle their old and obsolete printers by offering a 20% discount off the purchase price of their new Canon printers. New Zealand residents who are in the market for a new printer and would like to take advantage of the offer are urged to bring their old inkjet or laser printer, regardless of what make, model and condition it is in to a JB HiFi store during the month of March. They will then receive a 20% discount when they buy a new Canon PIXMA inkjet printer.The printers that will be brought into JB HiFi will then be taken to Computer Recycling Ltd, a company based in Auckland, for recycling. The company segregates printer units into “relevant commodity streams,” such as plastic, steel or copper. This ensures that the machine is recycled almost a hundred percent.

    Print Solutions Brand Manager Robert de Jeu of Canon New Zealand revealed that the initiative was forged to give consumers a convenient way to recycle their old printers while at the same time strengthening the company’s commitment to the environment:“This is the first time we have offered a recycling program like this, which builds on our philosophy of product life cycle management. We are constantly investigating new ways to reduce environmental impact from production through to end-of-life with our products.”

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