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Good news, bad news on the green printer front

October 26, 2010 No Comments

The Electronics TakeBack Coalition has issued a report covering the recycling and product takeback efforts of many information technology and consumer electronics companies that suggests most printer companies have a long way to go in terms of developing programs for handling used supplies and printing/imaging devices. Hewlett-Packard fares most favorably on this list, but it only earns an average score.

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