A resolution was passed by the LA City Council supporting a ban on the import and sale of aftermarket, single-use, new built printer cartridges since they are harmful to the environment and cannot be recycled or remanufactured.
Now is the time when all of us can advance this initiative across the country by contacting our local, state and federal representatives. Read below to find out how you can take action!
The city of Los Angeles, California, has unanimously passed a resolution supporting the ban on import for sale of single-use, new built cartridges. With Reman Day, April 14, right around the corner, we want you to share this idea with your elected officials.
The resolution passed by Los Angeles highlights the single-use, anti-environmental nature of these foreign cartridges. However, we have added even more information into the communication you can send them directly, by downloading it HERE.
You can send this important message to your local, state and federal representatives by finding them at https://www.usa.gov/elected-officials. In fifteen minutes, you can let your officials know about the negative environmental impact of these cartridges, but also about the positive impact of using remanufactured cartridges and the North American jobs they represent.
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