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ink·jet printer

(ĭngk′jĕt′)
n.
A printer that forms an image by using electromagnetic fields to guide electrically charged ink streams onto the page.
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The campaign will receive pounds 1 for every used inkjet cartridge and pounds 3 for every mobile phone successfully recycled.
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Between 1996 and 2007, the number of toner cartridges collected for remanufacturing or recycling by Lexmark multiplied by 18 times- Lexmark has achieved 500% growth in its inkjet cartridge recycling programme since it was launched in 1996- Since 1996, Lexmark has reused around 15 million pounds of recovered cartridge material.
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a leading imaging industry market research firm, notes the worldwide aftermarket inkjet market share of the total inkjet cartridge market currently stands at 31 percent and is expected to grow to a remarkable 36 percent by 2010.
INKTEC ZONE HAS INTRODUCED THE INK-O-MATIC, AN AUTOMATED INKJET CARTRIDGE REFILLING SYSTEM FOR RETAIL LOCATIONS.
According to estimates, it takes 1,000 years for an inkjet cartridge to break down in a landfill.
The owners of Eugene's main inkjet cartridge remanufacturers maintain the Consumer Reports findings don't apply to them.
Charpak Ltd, the Cambridgeshire-based specialist in thermoformed packaging, scooped four of the eight quality awards presented to suppliers of inkjet cartridge manufacturer EPSON Telford Ltd.
In addition, HP announced the expansion of inkjet cartridge recycling in the United States and the creation of a new HP inkjet cartridge recycling program in Canada.