Clover Bags 34 Million Cartridges to Save Environment

The largest company in the world to recover, refurbish, remanufacture and redeploy electronic goods, such as printer cartridges and cell phones has issued its report on environmental sustainability in 2015.

The Clover Technologies Group report’s main theme focuses on reuse, and the effects that it’s imaging supplies, wireless and telecom business operations made on the environment during the whole year of 2015.

The company’s contribution to promote and produce an environment of further sustainability is also mentioned in the report, including:

  • More than 34 million cartridges and over 6 million recyclable components are collected and salvaged respectively in Clover’s operations of remanufacturing.
  • A “PrintReleaf” program introduced late in 2015 witnessed the planting of over 4,800 trees.
  • Through the recycling cooperation with participating school and non-profit organizations, more than $1.1 million funds was created.
  • In excess of 6 million devices and 798,614 pounds (362,245 kgs) from the landfill are collected and diverted respectively by Clover’s wireless operations.

The CEO of Clover Holdings, Inc.—Jim Cerkleski—says, “We are proud of our accomplishments this year and committed to continually making sustainability a priority throughout our global operations. Our ability to extend the life of materials and provide our customers with innovative solutions to maximize the useful life of cartridges, cell phones and telecom equipment is an integral part of our business.”

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