Reminder Issued On Toner Cartridge Savings In Schools

2012-03-12 08:41:37

Published on 2012-03-12 08:41:37

Litchfield Public Schools director of business operations Pat Buccitelli has given advice to a Board of Education panel on how schools in the area can reduce their printing costs.

According to the Register Citizen, the total cost of producing copies in schools within the Litchfield region is around $46,400 (£29,439) per year. Nearly $32,000 (£20,302) of that is as part of a four-year rental agreement of 2.9 million copies at one cent a copy.

A number of other printing reminders were set out which could help improve toner cartridge savings.

One of these was advising students to eliminate colour prints and printing one copy before photocopying that, rather than multiple prints.

According to the newspaper, board member John Bongiorno, commented: "Adding tech to this budget may affect a position. It may affect the way things are done, but we need to get off the flat line.

"All we’re trying to do is get caught up to the curve."

Posted by Johnny McMaster

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