Law Firm Toasts Ink Cartridge Recycling Success
A Worcestershire law firm has revealed how it has enhanced its green credentials by recycling its used printer ink cartridges and paper.
MFG Solicitors, which has its offices in the city of Worcester, only recently set up a corporate social responsibility committee in a bid to enhance its green credentials.
However, according to a new report from the Twekesbury Admag, the company's efforts are already producing solid results, with its documents now being recycled into toilet paper or worm food at a special plant in nearby Hereford, while its used equipment is also being put to good use.
Alex Hall, a solicitor in MFG’s corporate division, told the publication: "Computers and office lights are turned off at the end of the day and we recycle redundant IT equipment and ink cartridges or get the equipment refurbished and sold as second-hand items."
Just this week, the Times and Democrat newspaper reported that the Challenge Centre of North, South Carolina, called on local businesses and residents to take advantage of the benefits of recycling ink cartridges and toner cartridges.