>Canon launches GreenNation campaign with ink cartridge collection bin

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In line with the great service that Canon is providing their clients, they never cease to sensitive with their responsibility to the environment which shows in their low energy use and less CO2 (Carbon Dioxide) emission features and they don’t stop there. Canon Marketing Incorporated Philippines (CMPI) launches another campaign which shows how responsible the company in caring for the environment, with the project Canon Green Nation, Canon introduces the importance of recycling their products which lessen the use of new resources and contribution to waste emission.

Last July 8 at TGIF in Bonifacio High Street, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig City, Canon Philippines in partnership with Ms. Earth Philippines, launches more direct GreenNation campaign where they encouraged Canon Selphy and Pixma printer users to disposed their empty ink cartridges at the Canon Ink Cartridges Collection Bin located in their Canon concept stores. Here are the lists of Canon stores nationwide: Canon Showroom (McKinley Hill, Taguig), Canon Customer Care Center (Paseo De Magallanes, Makati), Canon Customer Care Center (Liberty, Mandaluyong), Canon Dzone Megamall, Canon Dzone Mall of Asia, and Canon Dzone SM North EDSA. The recycle bins will also be deployed at Canon Dzone Glorietta and Canon Dzone Trinoma before July ends.

With this campaign it will help Canon recycle their ink cartridges and refill it with environmental friendly inks for future use and with this proper disposal of used ink cartridges drastically reduces landfill to approximately 86% by separating metal, plastics, sponges and ink residues where metal and plastics are recycled. Canon is inviting their clients to join this campaign for a greener nation as Canon is joining this advocacy.

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