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Reduce Single-Use Plastics

Refilling your ink cartridges is the responsible thing to do – it helps you save money and supports our environment by reducing single-use plastics and excessive landfill waste. Instead of immediately recycling your ink cartridges you can refill them over and over until they are no longer usable;  this is a simple and easy way to reduce your carbon footprint and support the earth’s environment.0_Ink Cartridges

Recycling ink cartridges also makes a difference, here are some facts and figures to consider:

 

Refill, The New Recycle

 

Americans discard approximately 33.6 million tons of plastic each year, but only 6.5 percent of it is recycled and 7.7 percent is combusted in waste-to-energy facilities, which create electricity or heat from garbage.  The remainder ends up in landfills where it may take up to 1,000 years to decompose, and potentially leak pollutants into the soil and water.*  Be proactive and help scale back emissions of greenhouse gases generated by heavy polluting factories. Going green is not only the right thing to do, it’s responsible to our future generations. Refill: It’s The New Recycle!

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Find an Ink Cartridge Refill Store Near You (USA, Canada, France, Germany & Romania)

Premium ink refilling services are provided by major retailers in the USA, Canada, France, Germany & Romania.  To find the nearest refill store and ink pricing, refer to links below:

Costco USA 

Sam’s Club

Costco Canada

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Fry’s Electronics USA

Auchan France

LeClerc France 

Intermarche France 

Saturn Germany 

Metro, Romania

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* Source: The Earth Institute, Columbia University – 2012

 

 

 

 

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