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Video: Going green requires buy-in from the top and the bottom


March 1, 2010 by Sam Narisi

In this video, an ink supplier offers tips on how businesses can get green initiatives up and running. More…

Is your commercial printer green? One way to tell


December 31, 2009 by Sam Narisi

For a growing number of companies, the idea of limiting impact on the environment is an important principle.  That extends not only to internal printing, but also to larger print jobs sent out of house to a print shop.  More…

HP plays the green card


November 16, 2009 by Steve Hannaford

Hewlett-Packard recently announced two new laser printers for the office — something the company does every few months. But the marketing hook on the new models:  More…

Simple step could save billions in energy


October 6, 2009 by Sam Narisi

What’s the step businesses can take that could have the biggest impact on energy costs? Hint: It’s also one of the easiest. More…

5 green ideas you can steal from the Post Office


September 29, 2009 by Sam Narisi

Your company probably isn’t as big as the U.S. Postal Service, an organization that generated nearly 500,000 tons of waste in 2008. But that doesn’t mean you can’t follow its green, cost-cutting example. More…

Users want an easy way to go green


September 21, 2009 by Sam Narisi

Here’s some good news: Employees actually are concerned about their wasteful printing habits. They just won’t change them until it’s easier to do so. More…

Why ‘green IT’ hasn’t caught on


July 9, 2009 by Sam Narisi

Going green is white-hot in the industry these days. But in IT organizations, there’s little interest in cutting power consumption — even though technology is a major consumer of energy. More…

SMBs want to go green


May 26, 2009 by Sam Narisi

According to a recent survey, economic troubles haven’t eroded businesses’ desire to help the environment. More…

Monks bless green printing


May 14, 2009 by Sam Narisi

It’s not the most obvious place to get your supplies, but a religious order in Wisconsin is one of the latest businesses to sell soy-based toner and ink. More…

New law mandates reduction in paper use


May 13, 2009 by Steve Hannaford

The state of Washington recently passed a law creating new standards for paper use at its state agencies and campuses. Will more states follow? More…

Used toner cartridge? Sit on it


May 4, 2009 by Steve Hannaford

Here’s a creative new use for those spent toner and ink jet cartridges. More…


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