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Oct082010

Recycle it- participate in manufacturer recycling programs

IT Supplies has had several requests over the years from eco-concious customers regarding more information on manufacturer recycling programs. We urge all of our customers to participate in manufacturer programs. Recycling a great way to help the environment and helps drive down the cost of new raw materials needed for manufacturing a variety of different items. Recycling not only trims the amount of technology waste, but passes savings along to customers.

 

Epson Hardware Recycling Information: Epson’s recycling program allows participants in their hardware recycling program to send back printers, scanners and projectors.

Epson also offers participants an environmentally responsible way to recycle their used Epson branded inkjet cartridges.

Simply follow the steps below:

1. Package your used inkjet cartridges in an appropriate shipping envelope or box. Ensure there is no leakage from the cartridges.

2. Mail your package to:

Epson America, Inc.
Attn: Recycling Center
18300 Central Avenue
Carson, CA 90746

Click here for more information regarding Epson’s Eco-Friendly initiatives and recycling program.

 

Canon has made conservation efforts in regards to recycling since the early 1990’s. Canon recycles an assortment of different products which include: camcorders, lenses, cameras, printers, projectors and more.

For more information on recycling Canon specific hardware click here.

To participate in Canon’s ink cartridge return program click here.

 

HP has taken huge steps in environmental programs in over the past decade and has made steps to conserve and re-use technology waste, even integrating recycled materials into new products.

HP recycles hardware, large format media and ink and laser cartridges. (click respective links for more information)

For more information regarding HP’s program and materials that HP will recycle and re-use click here.

To Participate in HP’s Planet Partners Program click here.

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