Finding and buying green printers is much more difficult than it sounds. Even if printers are environmentally-friendly, many manufacturers design their printers to consume large amounts of resources, so that consumers are forced to purchase replacement parts regularly. Cartridges are one of the best examples of components that must be constantly replaced. Instead of spending money on new printers, consumers can easily change the current printer to green printers by making some changes to printing habits.
Many consumers can turn conventional printers into green printers by changing the way they print paper. The purchase of at least 30% of waste after consumption and recycled paper made of chlorine free paper and recycled paper can turn ordinary printers into green printers. However, consumers should realize that buying paper that is highly consumed by waste may cost much more than alternatives. Printing only absolutely essential things can also lead to environment-friendly machines.
Editor’s Note: This post was Updated by Proffisy on 10 May,2018.