LMI Recognized with R2 Recycling Certification

LMI Solutions, an Arizona-based manufacturer, distributor and recycler of award winning replacement toner cartridges, announced it has received the R2 recycling certification for LMI’s strict adherence to tracking and accountability of cartridge returns throughout the entire remanufacturing process.

This certification means that LMI Solutions has passed a multi-day inspection of their Phoenix remanufacturing facility and process, and was found to be in compliance with the requirements of the R2 Standard.  The R2 Standard was developed by the EPA, major manufacturers and recyclers to protect the environment, workers, and personal data and is the most comprehensive global standard for promoting the responsible management for end-of-life electronic equipment.

The company says it fulfilled the process of becoming R2 Certified to satisfy dealer demand and resolve the growing concern over data security and responsible electronics recycling. It claims the certification can immediately be leveraged by dealers using LMI’s exclusive Zero Landfill Recycling Services.  LMI’s R2 certification includes the following industry exclusives:

  • R2 Certified remanufacture process accompanied by a full recycling process;
  • Complete Zero Landfill reclamation solution that turns cartridges into aftermarket commodities for reuse;
  • One of a kind R2 recycling process that does not utilize less desirable forms of disposal, such as exportation or incineration waste to energy;

Kevin Willert, Director of Sustainability for LMI Solutions, said, “Our dealers are telling us that their customers purchasing decisions continue to place more emphasis on sustainability, and as such, our R2 certification gives LMI dealers an immediate competitive advantage. Now we can share this R2 certification with our dealers in combination with our Zero Landfill recycling services to provide end users an undisputed leadership position when it comes to sustainability”.

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