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FYI: DNP DS40, DS80 and RX1 Media Recycle and Landfill

Published on September 11, 2013 by

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We all understand the importance of recycling and how this affects our planet. In an effort to educate you more about what items of DNP products and packaging can be recycled, are landfill friendly, or are manufactured using recycled materials, we have created a table that outlines each specific item.

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Uses Recycled Material = Uses some percentage of recycled materials in the finished product.

Is Recyclable = Is considered recyclable, but may not display a recycle logo.

Is Landfill Friendly = Product requires no special handling or treatment and is disposable as standard industrial refuse.

Click here for a printable PDF version. We hope that this information is useful and educational.

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Five Ways Recycling Helps Our Planet 

1.  Recycling helps minimize pollution.

2.  Recycling helps preserve our natural resources.

3.  Recycling creates green jobs.

4.  Recycling helps create awareness.

5.  Recycling saves expenses and resources.

Recycling Facts 

One ton of paper from recycled pulp saves 17 trees, 3 cubic yards of landfill space, 7000 gallons of water, 4200 kWh (enough to heat a home for half a year), 390 gallons of oil, and prevents 60 pounds of air pollutants.
Producing recycled white paper creates 74 percent less air pollution, 35 percent less water pollution, and 75 percent less processed energy than producing paper from virgin fibers.
Recycling one ton of newspaper saves 15 trees.
Plastic used in one toner cartridge contains about a half quart of oil.
Every ton of newspaper recycled saves 4100 kWh or enough energy to power a TV for 31 hours.
Source: MIT Department of Facilities

 

 

 
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