SwapInk.com shares shocking differences between companies that use compatible toners over OEM products
Results show drop in business expenses and gained support by consumers and environmentalists for those using refurbished products.
Phoenix, AZ (June 10, 2012) - SwapInk.com compares differences between companies that use compatible toners versus OEM products. Results show drop in business expenses and gained support by consumers and environmentalists for those using refurbished products. The more green a business plan is, the more the company can save on overhead and help preserve the environment.
OEM products are made from the original equipment manufacturer and are brand consumable products. For example, the OEM toner for Dell 1230C printer would be made, labeled, and sold by Dell. OEM products are made from all original parts. Swap Ink carries Dell 1230C toner, but the compatible version. Compatibles, or consumables, sold at SwapInk.com are made with recycled parts and do not use as many virgin resources. They exhaust a 15 step inspection process for each individual toner in which they replace all broken drums, wipers blades, and then fill the cartridge with OEM quality toner. Each cartridge is ultrasonically cleaned before being filled and electronically tested before being packaged and sold. By keeping up with OEM qualifications, businesses using toner products from Swap Ink should see no difference in performance or print quality.
Businesses that use compatible toners like the ones found at SwapInk.com are able to enjoy a real budget cut. Compatible toners cost a fraction of the price that OEM toners do because they are using recycled parts. Toner refills at SwapInk.com can be up to 80% less than OEM products and use the same high quality ink as the name brand consumable. Opening up budget space gives companies an opportunity to invest in other pressing business expanses.
Right now compatible toner retailers like Swap Ink only control 25% of toner sales. With over 100 million refill cartridges being sold annually there can be a great difference made if businesses continue to make the switch to compatible toners. Of that 100 million sold only 20% of those are being recycled after use. These are minimal numbers to environmentalists. The more businesses that practice recycling and using compatibles, the more non-biodegradable resources and landfill space we can save.
Swap Ink encourages all businesses to recycle and use toner refills that are made with recycled parts. Not only will those businesses save on overhead but they are helping environmentalists who strive for a more eco-friendly way of living.
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