TITLE

At the centre of a green revolution

AUTHOR(S)
Chadwick, Philip
PUB. DATE
January 2008
SOURCE
PrintWeek (Haymarket Business Publications Ltd);1/31/2008, p26
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Editorial
ABSTRACT
The article discusses Ricoh's Green Principle, formed in 1992, which include being carbon neutral, employing zero waste techniques and reducing carbon dioxide emissions among others. Focus is given on the Green Center, a warehouse in Wellingborough, which was opened in 2004 to manage the return of old printers and pressers taken out from printing firms, offices and in-house sites for reuse and recycling. These old machines are stripped and any working parts are reused as spares.
ACCESSION #
33295193

 

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