In today’s world, the fast pace of modern life demands the latest in technology—new phones, new computers, new appliances and so on. Your office needs the best photocopiers and printers available, which means updating your inventory with the latest models. But then comes the question: how do you get rid of your obsolete electronics, and how can you do it in an environmentally friendly way?
Throwing out old equipment as hard waste rubbish sounds easy and cost-effective, but that isn’t always the case. Many office machines in Sydney use toner, ink or other materials that are considered toxic, so you have to be careful where you dispose of it. Then there is the hassle of removing large, cumbersome machines like photocopiers.
Opting to have your office equipment recycled is easier to accomplish then you might think, and much safer for the environment. By cutting a number of electronics sent to landfills every year, you can make a solid contribution to reducing the level of greenhouse gases released from those dumping grounds in Sydney every year.
Even if newer models outclass them in performance, your old office technology can still be put to good use. A typical recycling facility will take apart old printers and copiers, turning them into spare parts that can be reused even in newer office equipment. Usually, the machines are crushed so that the metal parts were taken out for recycling. Ink cartridges, toners, and other materials can also be refilled or reused in other office devices.
Recycle Your Obsolete Equipment Today
By choosing to recycle your outdated printers and copiers, you can:
- Provide a supply of reusable parts
- Contribute to saving the environment
- Send less waste to our landfills
- Save time and money when disposing of old equipment
At Printer Repairs Sydney, we want to make the recycling process as easy as possible for you. We will come into your office and take away old machines or cartridges and recycle them for you, so you don’t have to worry about a thing. Are you looking to get rid of your used office technology?