Cartridge collection scheme proves popular with vets.
you know over 350 million ink cartridges are thrown away each
year, adding to our countries landfill sites and destroying
January Jet Tec rolled out their new ink cartridge collection
scheme to over 4000 vets across England and Wales.
is simple, just pick up a freepost return bag from your local
vets, place your empty ink cartridge in it, seal it up and
drop it in the post.
every ink cartridge returned that can be successfully recycled
Jet Tec will donate £1* to the RSPCA.
Studholme director of Jet Tec says, "We are very proud of our
partnership with the RSPCA. This scheme is proving very successful.
People that recycle their used ink cartridges not only help us donate
to the RSPCA, they are also able do their bit for the environment,
by recycling their old ink cartridges which may otherwise be thrown
away and end up on landfill sites across the UK"
Holmes, Corporate Relations Manager at the RSPCA says, "The
Jet Tec partnership is proving a great success. The recycling scheme
is extremely effective and we are delighted to receive these valuable
HP and Lexmark plus some Canon model cartridges can be recycled.
Everybody should search for any empty cartridges they may have lying
around and recycle them,; they certainly should not throw them away.
you are a veterinary surgery who has not already received the RSPCA
recycling scheme pack, or have received the pack and would like
some more bags, please call Liz on 0800 660077.
scheme is not exclusive to vets, and anyone can help. All you have
to do is display a box at your place of work so people can collect
the bags and then send their empty ink cartridges in the post to
the recycling centre.
are made to RSPCA Trading Ltd, which pays all its taxable profits
to the RSPCA.
more information please see www.jettec.com