Environmental Office Solutions (EOS) and Operation Fuel are pleased to announce a partnership to promote recycling and reduce landfill waste, while helping Connecticut residents who need energy assistance.
Environmental Office Solutions, of East Hartford, Conn., will make a donation to Operation Fuel, when businesses and organizations collect used print cartridges (inkjet and laser/toner cartridges) for EOS to recycle. The amount of the donation will be determined by the type and quantity of cartridges collected by EOS.
Operation Fuel is a private, nonprofit program that provides emergency energy assistance through its statewide network of fuel banks to lower-income working families and individuals, the elderly and disabled individuals who are in financial crisis. This is Connecticut’s only statewide, year-round emergency energy assistance program. Currently, there are more than 313,000 Connecticut households that can’t afford to pay their energy bills.
"We appreciate the support of Environmental Office Solutions. Every donation we receive can help to make a difference. Operation Fuel is often the last resort for vulnerable families and individuals who are struggling to pay their energy bills,” explained Operation Fuel’s Executive Director Patricia Wrice.
Before collecting cartridges, companies and organizations that want to participate in the program should contact Brian Marconi at 860-291-1900, ext. 305, or email email@example.com for more information and mention that you would like to support Operation Fuel
Founded in 1996, Environmental Office Solutions is a leader in helping companies, government agencies, and consumers recycle their used toner and inkjet cartridges from printers, copiers, facsimile and multifunction printers, and their used cell phones. EOS has custom-tailored, comprehensive recycling programs and recycles every cartridge based on R2:2013 standards.
Environmental Office Solutions also provides used printer cartridges and cell phones to secondary markets for continuous reuse, which reduces landfill waste. For more information about EOS, go to www.eosusa.com.