September 30, 2019
With an infographic LVL explained on LinkedIn that it had collected 4.4 million empty inkjet and laser cartridges throughout 2018 which equals 4 million litres of oil saved or 4,000 tonnes of CO2 was saved or even 800+ rounds of the earth by car were “saved”.
LVL said: “In 2018, LVL has collected and sorted more than 4.4 million empty inkjet and laser cartridges! You too, trust us for the collection, sorting and recovery of your ink cartridges!”
In March this year the company celebrated a milestone of having donated €300,000 ($337,309) to non-profit organisation Enfance & Partage since 2009. €32,000 ($35,979) was donated in 2018 alone.
Created in 1998, LVL is France’s leading dealer of empty laser and inkjet cartridges thanks to an experienced and dynamic team. With a focus on reliable sources, LVL collects empties from end users through its European collection programme.
LVL boasts more than 22,000 collection points in France, Germany, Switzerland, Belgium and Luxembourg and has seven different languages spoken within the company for a better collaboration with its industrial partners located all over the world.
To find out more about LVL’s collection programmes, visit www.lvl.fr.
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