Offices are known as big consumers of paper, ink, and other office supplies. But what about schools? Educators and administrators breeze through ink and paper handing out a single worksheet to their 30 students or printing a10 page student handbook for the entire student body. Until everything is digitized, and that’s another discussion, there is really no way around this. In the meantime, consider purchasing only recycled printer ink and toner cartridges (and recycled paper of course.)
Please read this great guest blog on ecopreneurist.com, posted by Joel Arnold, a writer at Inkpal.com. Joel provides an overview of how printer and toner are recycled and the many benefits including a lower cost, longer print capacity, environmentally friendly, and easy to find in stores. There’s no reason not to switch!
Here are some handy resources: