Category: recycling

November 21, 2017 • recycling technology toner

Printer Toner Can Be Recycled to Iron

About 500 million printer cartridges end up in landfills each year worldwide, says European Toner and Inkjet Remanufacturers Association. These “empty” cartridges can contain up to 8 percent of unused residual powder by weight and could leach compounds into the soil and underground water sources. In an attempt to reuse this electronic waste, researchers have… Continue reading Printer Toner Can Be Recycled to Iron

January 30, 2008 • cartridges HP printer recycling

HP Finds Another Way to Recycle Old Printer Cartridges

Hewlett-Packard is boosting its effort to effectively recycle used inkjet printer cartridges, Wednesday introducing a new process that manufactures new cartridges from recycled cartridges that are separated and rebuilt from scratch. The “closed loop” process gives used HP inkjet cartridges a sustainable end-of-life value and puts the material back to good use while being environmentally… Continue reading HP Finds Another Way to Recycle Old Printer Cartridges

December 3, 2007 • cartridges recycling Samsung toner

Star of Samsung And Afterlife of Toner Cartridge

  Just like any other industry, printers and printer supplies manufacturing produces lots of waste. The problem of supplies, that is toner and ink cartridges, is nowadays solved by remanufacturing or recycling. Remanufacturing, roughly put, is a process of reconstructing of a cartridge; we’ve discussed it our previous article, you can read it to get… Continue reading Star of Samsung And Afterlife of Toner Cartridge

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