October 10, 2019
The new company video showcases GM Technology’s commitment to circular economy and how they manage to save hundreds of thousands of toner cartridges going to landfill every year.
Calling it “unique in the world”, GM Technology has made a new company video explaining the processes of its original remanufactured products. The video explains that GM Technology collects about 40,000 printers a year and manages to collect about 200,000 toner cartridges a year.
Out of the 200,000 the company manages to remanufacture 180,000 a year which means 80 percent of what is collected does not end up in landfill sites and saves 450,000 tonnes of CO2 every year, all part of GM Technology’s commitment to the circular economy.
GM Technology has been awarded with ISO 9001, 14001 and 27001 which it says guarantee and confirm the commitment to hard work and excellence, and combined with its qualified and specially trained staff enable the company to produce high quality products.
Jose Angel Muñoz Parejo, Production Manager and Import/Export Department Manager of GM Technology concludes the video with an invitation to come and “see for yourself”. He confidently says: “We invite you and welcome you to our facilities to check the trustful and processes we follow in the remanufacturing of our toners.”
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