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Toner Recycling made easy for Bay Businesses


Toner Recycling made easy for Bay Businesses

The Waste Exchange, a free service supported by regional and local council is making it easy for local business to recycle their empty inkjet and toner cartridges saving time and money.

The new and easy recycling initiative is a programme being run by the Tauranga Environment Centre in conjunction with Inkworks. By simply recycling inkjet and toner cartridges businesses will also be supporting the Tauranga Environment Centre.

According to Annabelle Ellis, Bay of Plenty co-ordinator for the Waste Exchange, "supporting an initiative such as this, really does benefit local business, the environment and the community; it's a win win situation for all."

How the programme works is simple, just call 0800 NOTHROW (0800 6684769) and the Waste Exchange will do the rest.


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