At FPC Multitech Services, we are environmentally conscious in every area of our business. Our innovative solutions provide our customers the opportunity to further their environmental stewardship, while allowing us to provide the highest quality products to businesses like yours.
In association with Mira, FPC recycles all original cartridges, all inkjet cartridges and some compatible cartridges
Mira is a non-profit organism that helps disabled individuals by pairing them with dogs bred and fully trained to respond to their adaptation and rehabilitation needs. FPC collects at no charge toner cartridges for the profit of the Mira foundation. A vast selection of empty inkjet and laser cartridges are accepted.
Some advantages of our program :
- Good for the environment
- Simple and easy collection system
- Commitment to a good cause: the Mira Foundation
- Full recovery system for cardboard and plastic
You want to bring back your cartridges yourself? Click here to see all drop-off locations.
Fully refurbished photocopiers
FPC provides a wide assortment of quality refurbished multifunction printers and copiers in order to provide products with minor environmental footprint
Our photocopier rental and cost per copy solutions provide the equipment you need to run your business without negatively impacting the environment. The equipment we provide to our customers is fully recycled, allowing them to use a product as efficient as a new photocopier for 60% of the price.
Our partnership with Tree Canada
For every laser cartridge purchased, FPC donates a 1$ to the Tree Canada Foundation
For 25 years, Tree Canada have planted over 80 million trees and greened more than 600 schoolyards across the country. For every laser cartridge purchased, FPC donates a 1$ to the Tree Canada Foundation. We believe that it is essential to provide the necessary monetary support to these types of organizations so that they can continue to work in their respective sectors of activity. Our customers can say that they plants trees by ordering supplies at FPC.