Monday, August 1, 2011

Konica Minolta's environmental commitment is tested!

The Miami-Dade branch of Konica Minolta is now committed to use certified

paper from sustainable forests instead of regular paper. They have also established a system to recycle their paper waste instead of throwing it away in the landfill.

Recent results from the International Deinking Industry Association (INGEDE) have revealed that five Konica Minolta printers are eco-friendly.

The key process in today's paper recycling procedure is called deinking, which measures how easy it is to remove toner and ink from recovered documents.
Results from INGEDE's tests revealed that Konica Minolta's bizhub Pro C6000, C7000 and its Press C6000, C7000 and C8000 devices showed excellent deinking properties.

Just another tidbit for those of you that are interested in working with sustainable companies that make environmentally concious products!

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