Theodist plans to recycle empty cartridges in Aust

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THEODIST Ltd plans to send a container-load of empty printer cartridges every three months to be recycled in Australia, says corporate development manager Ryan Pini.
The recycling initiative, in partnership with HP, will see used printer cartridges collected by the stationery shop and recycled by HP.
He said there was a lot of rubbish around Port Moresby and the initiative should help remove some.
“We hope that we can send back a 20-foot container-load every three months to HP and let them deal with recycling and reusing,” Pini said.
“It is a milestone taking on such an important responsibility.
“We also see it as a responsibility for our partners both in the private sector and individuals to take this opportunity.
“All you have to do is bring (cartridges) to us and we do all the work.
National Capital District Governor Powes Parkop thanked Theodist Ltd and HP for the initiative and said waste management in Port Moresby was a hassle.
“Managing waste in NCD and the country is a challenge and costs a lot of money,” Parkop said.
“Our city cannot be a greater city without finding solutions and solutions are hard to come so we must all work together to find solutions.”

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