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Single use plastic-Recycle 4 The Planet

The attitude to "Single Use" plastic, including ink cartridges, has changed!

The attitude to
You will not be able to turn on any latest news channel, or read any national newspaper without seeing the impact we now know waste plastic has on the Environment & The Planet. The attitude to single use plastic, including ink cartridges, has changed. As a largely plastic consumable, printer inkjet & toner cartridges leave a huge environmental footprint, & every effort should be made to ensure their recovery for reuse (remaking-remanufacturing), and recycling.

Please ensure you keep abreast of this subject by following our NEWS hear, & by playing your part to help erradicate avoidable "Single-use" plastic waste by recycling & reusing. The more consumer pressure is brought to bear on manufacturers such as those who make and design printer consumables, the more they must look to redevelope products, materials & biodegradability, for all our futures. The future is all of ours. Thank you
Save up to 10% on new ink cartridges

Save up to 10% on new ink cartridges

We have partnered with one of the UK's largest printer cartridge specialists-Cartridge World. (17 May 21) Save on your next ink cartridge purchase using the Discount Codes....
Covid and Home Working

Covid and Home Working

With many businesses looking to do business differently, is the in-office MFP (Multi-Function Printer) being used less? We offer to repurchase unused toner at our sister site, www.sellunusedtoner.co.uk: Get a price quote now...
Malaysia to return 3,000 tonnes of plastic waste to countries including the UK

Malaysia to return 3,000 tonnes of plastic waste to countries including the UK

A UK company exported more than 50,000 tons of plastic waste to Malaysia over the past 2 years: This is just the tip of the iceberg due to China banning plastic waste. (30 May 2019) See more....
Plastic proliferates at the bottom of World's deepest ocean

Plastic proliferates at the bottom of World's deepest ocean

During a dive to the bottom of the Mariana Trench that purportedly reached 35,849 feet, Dallas businessman Victor Vescovo claims to have found a plastic bag.
Plastic recycling industry's problems costing councils up to 500,000 a year

Plastic recycling industry's problems costing councils up to £500,000 a year

Chinese ban on waste imports is significantly affecting UK councils’ (23 Nov 2018) See more....
The Independent:

The Independent:

The ban on plastic exports to China has seen the UK offloading its waste to nations with questionable records on marine pollution. (16 June 18) See more.......
Greenpeace

Greenpeace

Fighting Plastic Pollution on World Oceans Day: "Plastic pollution is one of the greatest threats to the health of our oceans". (8 June 18) See more....
The Guardian

The Guardian

Rubbish already building up at UK recycling plants due to China import ban. (2 Jan 18) See more
The Telegraph

The Telegraph

Plastic waste 'already building up in UK' following China's ban. The decision, which means that half a million tons of the toxic substance could be burned in Britain (2 Jan 2018) See more....