November 18, 2015
RGH Enterprises, in Baltimore, Maryland, remains intent on supporting ecology by continuing its sales of remanufactured ink cartridges. A remanufactured – or recycled – printer cartridge is one that is sent to a manufacturer who restocks it with ink and replaces or repairs any parts that are damaged or not working properly. When the cartridge is restored to its original form, it is inspected and tested for quality.
A listing of the brands and types of cartridges included in RGH’s inventory of remanufactured cartridges can be found at http://www.rghproducts.com/. Customers can also choose to shop from their Amazon.com store which can be seen at: http://www.amazon.com/RGHProducts/b/ref=bl_dp_s_web_9468918011?ie=UTF8&node=9468918011&field-lbr_brands_browsebin=RGH+Products .
Remanufactured ink cartridges are more affordable and better for the environment because they are recycled and re-used. And RGH Enterprises is able to adjust their prices in-house as opposed to being required by the large corporations to adhere to their price points.
According to an RGH Enterprises spokesperson, “RGH Enterprises is pleased to be able to offer office supplies, like our remanufactured cartridges, that fill a need for start-ups and non-profits which find it necessary to ‘pinch pennies’ wherever they can. In most cases they also get more for their money because remanufactured cartridges are filled to capacity while primary-manufacturing results in cartridges that are not.”
Our customers who are concerned about the environment are thankful that RGH cartridges preserve our natural resources, and keeping prices down is just another way to support the environment. The three Rs of sustainability are – Reduce, Reuse, Recycle – and these three actions define the ways to decrease the impact on the environment. At RGH Enterprises, the company’s president, Ron G. Hoff, says corporate sustainability management is good for business and good for customers.
Another way RGH Enterprises supports sustainability is by sharing its building with other small local businesses. Not only does this allow proprietors who might not be able to afford their own office site to have a professional, safe, and affordable venue, but it allows for the sharing of utility costs which again allows for the lowering of overhead, a much-desired budget plus for small businesses. Also, co-working space allows for productivity, inspiration, and networking.
Ron’s spokesperson added, “Being a part of a co-working space is a haven for community and collaboration.”
Ron likes to say that supporting local businesses is one of the most satisfying and rewarding parts of his job.