Green solution: rebuilt Toners and cartridges
We constantly engage in projects for greater sustainability and environmental protection. Our cost-effective and environmentally friendly print and document management solutions ensure consistent eco-efficiency.
Why choose remanufactured toner?
- Quality : Continuous research and development makes it possible to offer the market a product of equivalent if not higher quality than the original.
- Recycling: through reprocessing of cartridges and toner avoid waste and conserve resources. Collection of empties avoids tons of waste per year.
- Availability: with a wide range of products we cover the availability of consumables for most digital printers on the market.
- Fast delivery: We guarantee the fastest possible delivery of the requested products. For most common items 24-48 hours.
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System Certification (ISO certifications) of remanufactured products
Over the years, ATI Srl has strived to identify and select the best European remanufacturers, and this careful and painstaking analysis now allows us to offer our customers a wide range of products, guaranteeing a valid, environmentally sustainable alternative to the original products.
All of our suppliers operate in full compliance with international standards such as ISO and DIN without infringing on patents and/or copyrights held by third parties, making an important contribution to decreasing the amount of technological waste that is unfortunately released into the environment on a daily basis.
We are therefore able to ensure that all the consumables we market meet the new minimum environmental criteria that the Ministry of the Environment and Land and Sea Protection published on October 17, 2019.
Our suppliers hold certifications and test reports issued by a conformity assessment body accredited under Regulation (EC) m. 765/2008 in accordance with UNI CEI EN ISO/IEC 17000 series standards of the successful preparation of remanufactured cartridges in accordance with DIN 33870-1 and DIN 33870-2 technical standards for toner cartridges, and DIN 33871-1 and DIN 33871-2 technical standards for inkjets.
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Certifications in summary
This standard is based on a number of quality management principles, including a strong customer orientation, top management motivation and implications, process approach, and continuous improvement.
ISO 14001 is the international standard that specifies the requirements for an effective environmental management system (EMS).
The Community Eco-Management and Audit Scheme (EMAS) is a management excellence tool developed by the European Commission to assess, report and improve environmental performance.
The Nordic Ecolabel or Nordic Swan is the official sustainability label for the Nordic countries, introduced by the Nordic Council of Ministers in 1989. These criteria include environmental, quality and health aspects. ISO19752 & ISO19798 & ISO24712
The Standardized Test Methods Committee (STMC) is a global committee established to identify and promote standardized test methods for the toner cartridge industry.
This standard addresses the criteria for the preparation and testing of remanufactured toner modules.
The amount of e-waste is growing rapidly-about 50 million tons each year worldwide. And experts predict that by 2050 this figure will rise to 120 million tons per year. Smartphones are the most popular mobile devices, and 52.5 million new cell phones were sold in Europe in the third quarter of 2019 alone. One reason behind this figure is that smartphones are used on average for only three years before they are replaced. In this sense, smartphones are representative of the general trend in IT goods. Whether laptops, PCs, or printers, not only is the overall number of devices increasing, but also the number per user. At the same time, these devices are being replaced with increasingly high-performance models at shorter and shorter intervals as companies try to keep up with technological developments in the digital age.Get a quote
Earth Day comes earlier every year: this is the day when humanity has consumed all the natural resources that the Earth can regenerate and make available sustainably in the space of one year. In 2019, the Earth's resources were already exhausted as of July 29. The production of IT goods consumes a rimportant amount of raw materials, some of which are rare. At first glance, it is not easy to understand what these devices contain, however, it is important to know that, for example, laptop circuits contain gold. Recycling undoubtedly has a positive impact on the environment because it returns valuable raw materials to the materials cycle. But reconditioning and reusing a device, before the recycling stage, has an even greater beneficial effect.
Every device that is reintroduced into the market contributes to greater sustainability by saving energy, raw materials, and greenhouse gas emissions otherwise used or generated in the production of a new device.
To minimize the environmental impact of electronic products, they should be used for at least the entire period of their theoretical lifetime. This requires a change in mindset: obsolete or defective devices are not "waste," they are a valuable resource that can be renewed, repaired and reused again and again. The business model demonstrates that the circular economy is more than just an idea; it is a financially and environmentally sensible approach to business, with important objective results.
Smartphones and laptops, but also PCs, servers and printers, store large amounts of data, which is why professional data erasure in accordance with legal requirements is essential for remarketing. To ensure that data protection and remarketing we guarantee high standards by data erasure solution through software and hardware solutions.