On the heels of a Consumer Reports study that found many printers waste ink on
non-printing functions, local business owner Norman Sobin of Cartridge
World - New Providence is offering five simple solutions to help consumers
and businesses lower their cost to print.
1. Buy efficient printer models. Consumer Reports found that “plenty of
[inkjet] models delivered half or less of their ink to the page, and a few
managed no more than 20 to 30 percent” when the printer was used
intermittently. Read the study or visit Cartridge World - New Providence
to find an efficient printer.
2. Buy printers that accept high-volume ink cartridges. Many cartridges
contain very little ink and need to be replaced frequently. For example,
an HP 60XL cartridge contains a half ounce of ink while an HP 950XL
cartridge contains 2.5 ounces, according to Consumer Reports.
3. Choose printers that accept remanufactured cartridges. When customers
purchase remanufactured cartridges from Cartridge World - New Providence,
for example, they save up to 30 percent over new name-brand ink and toner
4. Do not remove ink or toner until the printer stops printing. Even if
“low” or “out of ink or toner” warnings are displayed, there is likely
enough ink or toner remaining to print additional pages.
5. Use software programs such as PrintEco to reduce unnecessary pages.
Download it free at http://www.cartridgeworld.com/PrintEco,.
“The staff members at Cartridge World - New Providence are home and office
printing pros. They provide solutions to help New Providence-area
customers save hundreds on printing costs every year,” said Sobin. “These
simple printing tips save money and help limit impacts to the environment
by reducing waste sent to landfills.”
With more than 1,400 stores worldwide, Cartridge World is the largest
specialty retailer of ink and toner printer cartridges. The company sells
remanufactured and eco-friendly cartridges for home and office printers,
copiers and fax machines. Each cartridge is backed by a 100-percent
guarantee and business delivery is free.
For information about Cartridge World's eco-friendly products or about
recycling empty printer cartridges, visit Cartridge World - New
Providence, located at 1253 Springfield Ave. in New Providence, contact
owner Norman Sobin at (908) 771-9696 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or
visit www.CartridgeWorld.com. To learn how much a business can save on
office printing costs, visit Cartridge World - New Providence or Cartridge
World's online savings calculator.
Cartridge World is the world’s largest specialty ink and toner retailer in
the $80 billion printer cartridge industry. The company refills and
remanufactures printer cartridges using state-of-the-art technology, all
backed by a 100-percent satisfaction guarantee. Cartridge World stores
offer customers a cost-saving alternative, offering up to a 30-percent
discount over full-priced OEM cartridges. Voted No.1 in the category by
Entrepreneur Magazine, Cartridge World has more than 1,400 franchise
locations in 50 countries. For information, call (888) 99-REFILL or visit
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