January 20, 2012
Both companies are online retailers, with Swap Ink noting that its work with remanufactured toner cartridge alternatives has earned support “from a list of non-profit organisations”, adding that environmentalists “appreciate the efforts” of the company to help preserve the environment through recycling, reuse and remanufacturing.
The company adds that it “proposes new recycling techniques along with refurbished toner products” in order to help reduce carbon footprint and landfill wastage. Its remanufactured cartridges are made with recycled parts, and the company trumpets its claim of “encouraging consumers to recycle their old toner cartridges”, as “by using recycled parts, the company encourages all consumers to take habit to recycling”.
TonerStore.com meanwhile has noted that its remanufactured and refilled products are being offered to schools as a financial and energy saving alternative to OEM supplies, claiming that “schools
are enjoying substantial financial relief by switching to compatible toner products” sold by companies such as themselves, adding that “while many schools continue to make real efforts to go paperless, there is still a high demand for printing and replacement toner”.
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