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Euro standards for printer cartridges

Fewer printer cartridges are expected to end up in landfill and more will be properly recycled or reused following the European Commission's confirmation that remanufacturers of printer cartridges must fulfil their environmental and financial obligations like any...

Epson earns Oeko-Tex Eco Passport

Epson's inks and printers have received the International Oeko-Tex Association's Eco Passport certification for safe and sustainable textile chemicals. The Oeko-Tex Eco Passport is an internationally recognised safety and environmental certification for manufacturers...

Lexmark app promotes enterprise recycling

Lexmark South Africa has launched its new Lexmark Cartridge Collection Program (LCCP) App, an intuitive mobile application which leverages Lexmark technology to empower businesses to revolutionise their recycling processes. Customers who sign up to the LCCP and agree...

Lexmark commits to curb cartridge waste

Lexmark has issued a call-to-action to the printer cartridge industry in Europe, urging it to support a range of measures to curb waste and encourage reuse and recycling. These measures support the European Commission's recently adopted Circular Economy Package, a...

Konica Minolta SA

Bidvest company, Konica Minolta South Africa, is committed to greening business and is currently the industry leader, with the highest rate of polymerised toner production. “Polymerised toners reduce the impact on the environment. At present, more than 99% of all our...

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HP improves paper portfolio

HP has announced an improved and streamlined portfolio of paper, now referred to as HP Professional Papers, across EMEA.The HP Professional Papers range, which will be available across EMEA from December 2009, will cover laser and laser photo paper and is designed for...

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Stop wasting paper and ink

Have you noticed how much paper you throw away when printing from the Web? asks Charlotte Saayman, consumer product manager at HP SA Typically, Web printing results in pages with lines of unwanted text, banners & advertisements, blank pages, and pages you print just...

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