Have you ever wondered what the process is to recycle toner cartridges? Our friends at Industry Analysts, Inc. shared a video that Lexmark published earlier this month.
Over the weekend, Applied Imaging was able to recycle almost 800 printers. After streamlining the printing processes for one of our newest clients, Baker College, we had a warehouse full of outdated printers.
Have you ever wondered why you can’t see any leftover ink on recycled paper? Other than a hint of yellow, you will never find any residual content on the paper. This is because the printed toner is separated from the paper before it is recycled through a process called “deinking.”
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