Ink-O-Dem® Printing Refills a Boon for Oregon Students
Students at the University of Oregon have a reason to smile while printing their assignment papers at their favourite book store. During this Fall semester they can have cheaper and quality printing because Ink-O-Dem has recently announced the installation of its Cartridge Refilling System at the University's famous Duck Store. This service will provide an affordable, eco-friendly, integrated printer cartridge refilling services that will meet the printing needs of the students.
Ink-O-Dem is the fastest growing provider of integrated inkjet cartridge refilling and testing solutions for university and retail environments. This latest service will help its student to get cost effictive printing. The Refilling System at the University's Duck Store will allow its students, alumni, faculty and campus neighbors to have access to convenient, eco-friendly, quality printing at half the cost of a new OEM inkjet cartridge. Frank Honold of Ink-O-Dem says, "We're excited to bring Ink-O-Dem printer cartridge refilling to the University of Oregon's Duck Store as it saves students a lot of money with a cost-effective alternative to high-priced OEM inks. Ink-O-Dem printer ink refills are great for the environment and easy on the wallet. We encourage all students to give it a try."
This Cartridge Refilling System can refill 146 different inkjet cartridges-even the latest cartridges from HP and Canon. This will be of great help to the famous Duck Store which has been serving the book and supply needs of the University of Oregon since 1920. "The University of Oregon is known worldwide for academic excellence and return on investment for students. Adopting environmentally-responsible printer ink refilling practices that save our large student body money is yet another way The Duck Store is making a smart and practical decision in the best interest of our students," said Hanna Budan of Duck Store.
This integrated printer cartridge refilling services will be of a great help to the students and faculty of the University of Oregon. Such eco-friendly and cost effective initiative should be followed as an example by other major printing companies to come up with cheaper printing solutions at all universities.