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Lexjet products go green, all the way

LexJet, makers of remanufactured inks for fine printers such as the HP 5,000 series wide-format inkjet, have announced that their packaging has been made fully recyclable. This includes the cartridge itself and the packaging it comes in. In the past three years, LexJet has recycled more than 100,000 HP cartridges. The LexJet Cartridge Recycling Program, which will award users with two dollars per recycled cartridge, encompasses cartridges for HP, Epson, and Canon, but will only pay for the HP 5,000 series.

From John Lane, Vice President of LexJet:

"LexJet's environmental philosophy is rooted in the 3Rs – Reduce, Reuse, Recycle. We also adhere to an additional 3R ethical code regarding the development and presentation of our environmental initiatives and programs – Real, Responsible, and Right. LexJet pursues responsible and practical solutions – like our new recyclable packaging – that actually reduce the industry's environmental impact while helping our customers and those who buy and use our customers' graphics with high-quality, economical solutions."

Click here to find out more about LexJet's environmental initiatives.

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