HP Is Taking Care Of Waste
Ink company HP is working hard to take care of its waste from ink cartridges, it has been claimed.
In an article for The Recycler, environmental writer Leon Kaye visited the company's printer cartridge shredding facility near Nashville, where it has shredded 39,000,000 cartridges since it opened in 2001.
Mr Kaye told the news provider: "The stacks of boxes full of reused printer cartridges do not lie: HP is doing more than only running a token feel-good recycling programme. The global technology giant is making money, too."
He went on to say that more companies should follow HP's example and take care of their waste, rather than shifting the responsibility to somewhere else.
As well as its recycling efforts, HP has been commended for its products, as PC Mag has given its LaserJet Pro 400 Colour Printer M451dw four out of five stars.
It cited the printer's "high quality output across the board" as one of its most appealing features.
Posted by Johnny McMaster.