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InkRecycling.org Launches a New Online Inkjet Recycling Program


Introduces a new website to recycle inkjet cartridges online – Created for schools, charities, offices, and all organizations that want to go green by recycling their empty ink cartridges.

Calabasas, CA, July 04, 2009 --(PR.com)-- InkRecycling.org launches a new online inkjet recycling program – Introduces a new website to recycle inkjet cartridges online – Created for schools, charities, offices, and all organizations that want to go green by recycling their empty ink cartridges.

InkRecycling.org is a free web service that allows you to recycle your empty inkjets for cash. Customers can benefit by taking advantage of InkRecycling.org’s free shipping and recycling management system. “We wanted to create a free website that anyone can use to recycle ink for some extra cash,” says Founder Andy Sotura.

The average print cartridge contains dangerous plastics and polymers that take up to 500 years to decompose. These chemicals accumulate over time and show up on our lands and in our water. InkRecycling.org is a movement dedicated to make our planet a cleaner place.

InkRecycling.org was founded by Andy Sotura and Evan Ingber, two college students from Los Angeles California, with the inspiration to create a recycling system that schools and other organizations can benefit from. With the growing demand for printers and high end technologies involving ink distribution, InkRecycling.org grew concerned with the growing number of pollutants caused by the empty inkjet cartridges. The goal of InkRecycling.org as an organization is to help suppress the amount of harmful waste produced from these inkjets in the hopes that one day all empty inkjets can properly be recycled.

Visit www.InkRecycling.org for more information

Contacts:
Evan Ingber, Co-Founder; (818) 338-5608 or E-mail Evan@InkRecycling.org

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