by Scott Shive At a glance, the pavement put down recently outside a building at Lexmark’s corporate headquarters in Lexington, Ky., looks no different from typical asphalt. But at Lexmark, it represents an opportunistic solution to an old problem — what to do with leftover toner — and for the asphalt and printer industries, it could mean a major development […] Read More
Here are the top 5 most popular Lexmark News Blog posts of 2014: Why unlimited vacation works One percent of U.S. companies offer their employees the benefit of unlimited vacation, also called unlimited time off, according to data from the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM). Another 2 percent of companies are expected to adopt a similar policy this year. […] Read More
Since 1991, Lexmark has offered its customers free and easy to use methods of recycling their empty toner cartridges through the Lexmark Cartridge Collection Program (LCCP). But what happens once Lexmark receives those cartridges? To gather more intelligence about LCCP, and to find out what the program offers our customers and how it helps the environment, we talked to Rob Burkholder, […] Read More
Every day, tens of thousands of empty toner cartridges are processed in the Lexmark Cartridge Collection Program (LCCP) plant in Juarez, Mexico. One-hundred percent of these cartridges are reused or recycled. Adding to its list of environmental achievements, LCCP Juarez was recently R2 certified, a significant industry accreditation.