Many people who print don’t know that every time they throw away a used cartridge, they are essentially wasting 3 liters of oil and discarding over 1 pound of plastic.
Van Nuys, CA (PRWEB) December 21, 2012
Yoel Wazana, president of Micro Solutions Enterprises (MSE), one of the largest employers in the San Fernando Valley in Southern California, is helping raise money for local youth soccer clubs through his toner cartridge recycling efforts.
MSE is a remanufacturer of toner cartridges. This means that it collects empty toner cartridges through recycling efforts, replaces the critical technical components, adds toner, qualifies them through rigorous QC protocols, and then sells them to dealers in the U.S. and abroad.
MSE is helping set up fund raising collection programs that benefit youth teams in Southern California.
“These fund-raising programs allow me to mix two of my passions: Soccer and environmental sustainability,” says Yoel Wazana. “Many people who print don’t know that every time they throw away a used cartridge, they are essentially wasting three liters of oil and discarding over one pound of plastic. Recycling toner cartridges isn’t just green, it allows us to manufacture a true alternative to high-priced original cartridges, which can only be done through the collection of these empties right here in the USA.”
All MSE products are manufactured in the USA.
To learn more about MSE’s programs or other charitable activities, contact MSE at 818-407-7500 or email info(at)mse(dot)com.
Founded in 1994 by Yoel Wazana, MSE is the largest remanufacturer with U.S.-based production facilities and a leading-edge innovator in the marketplace. MSE pioneered the process of Intelligent Re-Engineering™, which employs patented technologies, proprietary processes, and stringent testing methodologies that result in the market’s best alternative to high-cost OEM print consumables. MSE has sales and distribution in Canada, Europe (UK and the Netherlands), Israel, UAE, Brazil, and USA (California and Pennsylvania).