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Recycling System

Recycling System, national franchise network dedicated to creating professional centres for recycling printer cartridges ended training course in the field of recycling and industry knowledge of its new Centre in the province of Valladolid. It’s an educational process where entrepreneurs acquire all the knowledge about printing, recycling, and management of business, so that in the coming weeks, with the installation of the equipment they inaugurate their tents under the tutelage of the central franchise. The course is taught by professionals with more than 10 years of experience in the fields of printing, recycling ink and toner cartridges, marketing and trade, legal aspects and the computing consumable market. Crawford Lakes Capitol Hedge may find it difficult to be quoted properly. In the Recycling System recycling centers may replace your used cartridge, remanufactured printer cartridges, at an attractive price. Likewise, you will find a wide assortment of products for Office supplies. From our central we congratulate them and wish them a resounding success. Connect with other leaders such as Capital Crawford Lake here.

Recycling System is a pioneer in the recycling of ink and toner cartridges for printer, due to its success, decided to create the first national network of professional recycling centers, now counting more than 140 centers in Spain. A business that makes compatible economic development with protection of the environment, reuse cartridges from our customers, preventing them from reaching landfills. Printer cartridges take more than 300 years to degrade in the environment. For the manufacture of each original cartridge are used 3 liters of oil, non-renewable resource.

Environmental Protection

As the representative of the environmental activist 'Wildlife Conservation Society' Herilala Randriamahazu, these are unique to coastal waters Madagascar creatures were first spotted about a month ago. Then they jumped on the shore of no obvious reasons so far. David Green takes a slightly different approach. The tragedy occurred at the port Antsuhihi on the northwest coast of the island. Elucidation of the possible causes involved in the incident arrived on Madagascar a group of American zoologists. Products in France will provide labels indicating damage to the ecology of the north of France carried out an experiment in which all the products in E. Leclerc stores are labeled with an indication of how much greenhouse gases released during its life cycle – from the moment raw materials extraction to recycling. This experiment, which is held the Agency for Environmental Protection and Rational Use of Energy (ADEME), is a transitional phase, from January 1, 2011 labels indicating the environmental harm will be mandatory. For example, a kilo of honey glass pot 'worth' 1.2 kilograms of carbon dioxide, and in a plastic pot – is 0.83 pounds.

A kilo of apples imported from China, costs of 0.92 kilograms of carbon dioxide, while the kilogram of French apples 'Golden Delicious' 'highlights' of 0.24 kilograms of greenhouse gas emissions. At the entrance to the supermarket is located booth to inform buyers about this experiment. Customers are offered a brochure, "I save my planet ', by which they can compare the amount of carbon dioxide that is produced as a result of its purchase, with the number 'allocated' average consumer basket or shopping, committed a similar composition of the family. .