With the increasing prevalence of printers in both home and office environments, the usage of ink cartridges has increased more than ever. Printer cartridges are designed to fit a specific type of printer or a family of printers,
How often do you print? Once a week or multiple times a day? If you print often, you know how frustrating it can be to run out of ink in the middle of a job.
You probably never give much thought to your printer ink and toners. What you generally care about is that you have the right printer ink and toners and that they are working properly.
Yes, you’ve read it right…print heads are like humans in a way. They too can experience “severe stress” or burnout. However, in their case, the “stress” or burnout is a bit literal.
Eco Ink & Toner is a local San Francisco Green business which takes pride in our high quality products and excellent customer service!
We offer high-quality products that will help you save up to 30% compared to what you will spend at big box stores in the area.
Ink cartridges might not be the biggest culprit in damaging the world, but any area that can be made more eco-friendly should be investigated. By recycling them, fewer cartridges will need to be produced and therefore the environmental impact of our printing will be reduced.
Printing isn’t cheap. With printer ink costing at least twice as much as premium champagne, you’ll want to get every drop’s worth. Try these simple and proven strategies for prolonging the life of your ink cartridge:
Dismiss Low or Out of Ink Warnings
If you’re receiving a warning from your printer that it’s out of ink or running dangerously low,
If your printer will not print with either black or color ink on your document then could be a couple of possible issues that might need resolving. First of all has the printer given a warning about low ink or has the ink actually run out and need replacing?
Homes and businesses across the globe have embraced the digital revolution and “hard copies” of everything are seemingly edging closer to the precipice of obscurity. The truth of the matter is very few companies have attempted to go paperless,
The San Francisco Green Business Program helps San Francisco businesses operate in an environmentally responsible manner and recognizes them for their efforts. The SFGB seal means City and County of San Francisco auditors have verified that a business complies with strict environmental standards to reduce waste,