July 9, 2020
The new G&G cartridge recycling programme provides consumers a free, easy and environmentally responsible way to recycle empty ink cartridges. Consumers are encouraged to return their used ink cartridges to G&G Recycle Centres via a postage-paid envelope enclosed in the packaging of G&G-branded cartridges.
“We want to play our part in addressing environmental issue. That’s why G&G is taking steps from the very beginning: the product design stage, which includes using more environmental compliant materials, reducing unnecessary packaging and improving product recycling system. Yet, addressing this issue is not a challenge G&G can tackle alone. Together we can do more for our planet. I believe G&G Recycling Program is exactly the essential part for us to engage with our suppliers, partners and consumers to help drive change at scale.” said Jackie Zhang, the Vice General Manager of Ninestar Image.
A spike in consumer printer demand during COVID-19 lockdowns has helped overall sales through European distributors grow by 2.2% year-on-year in the first 18 weeks of 2020, according to CONTEXT, the IT market intelligence company. Consumer unit sales across Europe spiked by 72% year-on-year in week 14 (ending 5 April) and by 52% in week 12 (ending 22 March).
To learn more about the G&G cartridge recycling programme, please send email to email@example.com.
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