Companies in the Hertfordshire area are being encouraged to recycle their toner cartridges as part of a drive to help the environment.
A project started by a group of students from the University of Hertfordshire aims to promote the recycling of toner cartridges from office printers, local news provider Herts 24 reports.
The Think Ink project has been created by students as part of a final-year project.
A number of local businesses have already agreed to take part in the recycling scheme, the news provider states.
As well as helping the environment, the recycling scheme also raises money for charity, because the recycling company will pay a small fee for each toner cartridge donation.
One of the founding members of the Think Ink project, Charlotte Gatehouse, told the news provider: "The Think Ink team give businesses the opportunity to take part in a long-term charity scheme which is easy, environmentally friendly and free."
Recently, news provider the Chosun Ilbo noted that Samsung has a wide variety of eco-friendly printers and other electronic products.