Welcome to ImageNet eProcurement
Freecall: 1800 077 347
|Recycle for Wildlife, Toner Cartridge Recycling|
Wildlife Warriors and Imaging Technology Australia (ITA) have formed an alliance in carrying out the Toner Recycling for Wildlife program. This program gives you the opportunity not only to reduce your office waste at no cost but also help protect our environment and our native wildlife.
ITA will donate valuable funds to Wildlife Warriors to support the Australian Wildlife Hospital from empty toner cartridges collected.
Why is toner recycling important?
By encouraging your staff, and even friends, to place as many used printer toner cartridges in therecycling boxes provided you can help reduce land-fill but also help to raise funds to cover the veterinary care of seriously injured wildlife.
It is easy to do, IT'S FREE.... it will even save you money by reducing your waste removal costs and you will be playing an important role in protecting our environment and precious wildlife.
Please click on the following link to download a "Toner Recycling for Wildlife" brochure
outlining the exact details of the program. If you would like to join the program please fill out the form below and send it to us, it is as easy as that.
Who are Wildlife Warriors?
Wildlife Warriors was inspired by Steve and Terri Irwin to establish a wildlife conservation organisation unlike any other.
The charity takes a hands-on approach tackling sensitive wildlife programsand is committed to enlisting the broader community in this quest. It is easy to get involved and to make a difference.....all you have to do is "live a little on the
Wildlife Warriors receives sponsorship from Australia Zoo to cover the administration costs of the charity so that every dollar donated can be used entirely on life-saving conservation projects.
While Wildlife Warriors is actively involved in environmental and conservation projects all over the world, their biggest project locally is the Australian Wildlife Hospital. The hospital provides free veterinary services and saves thousands of Australian native animal's lives each year.
Recycle Toner Cartridges and help save the Australian wildlife
About Wildlife Warriors Worldwide Ltd
Wildlife Warriors Worldwide Ltd was established in 2002, initially by Steve and Terri Irwin, as a way to include and involve other caring people to support the protection of injured, threatened or endangered wildlife – from the individual animal to an entire species.