The average business uses 10,000 sheets of paper per year in a copier or printer, that’s a lot of ink being used and cartridges going to landfills! It also accounts for a big portion of businesses’ supplies budgets, up to 80-90% of a businesses’ print budget is spent just on the cartridges alone. For these reasons, it makes sense to consider remanufactured print cartridges. Not only will you help save the planet by reducing the environmental impact by 51%, but you will also reduce your costs by up to 30%!
So, what exactly is a remanufactured print cartridge? Remanufacturers acquire previously used Original Equipment Manufacturer’s (OEM) cartridges and then run them through a vigorous restoration process where they return the cartridge to like-new condition. But is the quality the same, you ask? Yes! The print quality of these cartridges have been 3rd-party tested and have met or exceeded the same results of the OEM cartridge. So, you can have confidence that these cartridges will perform the same, and you won’t notice any difference in the print quality or yield.
Ready to start reducing your environmental footprint AND reduce costs? Send us a list of your printing devices and we’ll provide you a quote for their remanufactured print cartridges!
To get started, try these five ways to save printer ink!
Change your font. Last year, a teen discovered that the US government could save over $400,000,000 just by changing the font on their documents! The most efficient fonts? Century Gothic, Ecofont and Times New Roman.
Change your settings. Most printers have a draft or Economode option in the presets. Switch it on to save ink each and every time you print.
Mind your pages. It’s a simple step that takes mere seconds: select only the pages you require. Often, the last page of a document includes banners or fine print that you’ll end up tossing in the trash. Be mindful before you hit Ctrl + P.
Simple errors lead to re-printing. Spell-check your document and, if possible, ask for a peer edit before printing.
Your spelling and grammar line up. Now, does your format? Hit the preview button before you print to be sure your layout in aligned.