Importance of recycling:
Not only does it aid in reducing pollution but it caters to growing demands of cost-efficiency in various companies. Recycling has been the cause of recent debates over the last decade in various countries but its overwhelming benefits has proved its doubters wrong. The industrial age has had a huge role to play in the agonizingly increasing amount of pollution in our atmosphere due to the use of non-biodegradable polymers and products being used that are regularly thrown into the landfills and which directly effect our life cycle. Different companies and developers have been forced to consider recycling their products not only to protect the fragile nature of our eco-system but also as a source to conserve and re-use their products as raw materials that not only save expenses but also play a crucial part in cleaning our society. The most common raw material in recycling is plastic which is easily treated back to useable products. Since Plastic is non-biodegradable it can survive from bacteria and parasites for many a decades and if burned releases harmful gases that can cause fatal rise in pollution in the surrounding.
As mentioned earlier, recycling plastic is the priority not only for the state administrators but also for companies which use them as their raw material due to the expenses it saves. This practice has been a healthy trend which has been infused into our current market over the past few. Companies manufacturing numerous varieties of printers have contributed a large proportion of recycling plastic and its byproducts. Different companies have popped up which provide cater specifically to cartridge recycling for a few pennies. Recycling cartridges has been the focal point of companies like Green tech recycling that provide state of the art recycling of used and thrown away cartridges through which they can be made ready-to-use again.
“Recycle Cartridges for a better world” has been the motto for many dedicated specialists at Green tech through which they try to play their part in decreasing pollution and preserving the balance of nature. They have been in business for the past decade and have massively contributed to their cause. According to estimates they have saved over 5 million liters of oil and recycled over 147 football pitches of waste.
The increased use of printing facilities in offices, hospitals and so-forth has boosted the need for recycling used toner cartridges to avoid mounting costs and inconveniences related to their disposal. Made of plastic, metal and a minute quantity of foam and rubber, they are subject to wear and tear. Nonetheless they can be recycled around 3 to 4 times. The costs of energy and raw materials it saves prove this process to be worthwhile. It basically involves 3 processes: inspection, replacement, cleaning and reassembling. Usually, the cost of a recycled toner cartridge ranges from about 30% to 60% less than a new toner cartridge. GreenTech has been running an inkjet and laser toner cartridge recycling scheme for the last 10 years in the U.K and usually pays £ 12 for each one.
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