Multi-Laser Announces Partnership with the Canadian Diabetes Association10 Apr, 2007
Multi-Laser Announces Partnership with the Canadian Diabetes Association
Multi-Laser Inc. an industry leading compatible imaging supplies and print management solutions provider, recently announced its working relationship with the Canadian Diabetes Association through the Diabetes Recycle Ink. program.
Multi-Laser’s Cartridge Retrieval Department and the Canadian Diabetes Association have joined forces to combat the increasing disposal rate of toner cartridges in landfills and also to support the efforts of the Canadian Diabetes Association.
Through community collection bins or by becoming a Diabetes Recycle Ink. program partner, interested participants can dispose of their empty toner cartridges free of charge. All cartridges that are donated will be taken to Multi-Laser to be inspected, thoroughly cleaned, and reassembled. Donated cartridges will be used in Multi-Laser remanufacturing process and cartridges not used in the remanufacturing process will be sorted and batched then shipped to an environmentally approved site for recycling. All components of the donated cartridges will be used or recycled.
"The Canadian Diabetes Association looks forward to working with our new printer cartridge recycler, Multi-Laser Inc. Through our shared commitment, we will continue our efforts to divert printer cartridge waste from our nation's landfills," says Barbara Steinhoff, Director of Business Development, Canadian Diabetes Association. "We invite corporations, local businesses and community partners to utilize our free and convenient service offered through Diabetes Recycle Ink., for an even greater positive impact on our environment and those affected by diabetes," added Steinhoff.
For more information on how you can participate in this program contact Multi-Laser’s Debbie Lafrance at: 1-800-338-2274 x 277 or contact the Canadian Diabetes Association’s Adam Douglas at: firstname.lastname@example.org