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Ralf Jurrien : February 11th 2007 - 14:03 CET

Canon Australia toner cartridge recycling program


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CanonCanon Australia toner cartridge recycling program : Canon Australia announced a new procedure for recycling Canon all-in-one cartridges and Canon toner bottles. Instead of calling a courier, users of Canon all-in-one printers will now either sign up as a Cartridges 4 Planet Ark program participant or take their used all-in-one Canon cartridges and toner bottles to their nearest Planet Ark drop off location. Businesses that consume a high volume of printer, fax and photocopier cartridges can arrange for a free Cartridges 4 Planet Ark collection bin to be placed in their office or building. Empty cartridges are placed in the bin and when the bin is full, they are picked up free of charge.
Canon Australia toner cartridge recycling programToner cartridge recycling program
Previously, Canon customers would call a courier to collect the recyclables and deliver them to a Canon warehouse for sorting and forwarding to a recycling facility. By utilising the highly successful and established Cartridges 4 Planet Ark recycling program, this new procedure simplifies and speeds up the recycling process and reduces the burden on the environment by eliminating the double handling of toner bottles and cartridges.


Canon all-in-one cartridges - Recycling program
Small businesses and home users should drop their used Canon all-in-one cartridges and toner bottles in specially marked boxes at participating Australia Post branches or visit the recycling web sitefor their nearest Planet Ark drop off location.

About ‘Cartridges 4 Planet Ark'
In the spirit of Kyosei - living and working together for the common good -Canon Australia strives for environmental protection both in our daily operations and through support activities. Canon Australia stresses an "eco-tech" approach to our work that creates harmony between ecology and technology. From product design, to manufacturing, to sales, we work to conserve energy and resources, maximize product lifecycles and eliminate hazardous materials from our products and processes. To help us actively achieve our environmental goals, Canon Australia has joined forces with Planet Ark in a unique environmental programme called 'Cartridges 4 Planet Ark' aimed at remanufacturing or recycling laser and inkjet cartridges.





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