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"Ricoh Printer for Green Project" - Conserving Forest and Wildlife

Monday, November 17, 2014

Press release from the issuing company

HONG KONG, CHINA - At Ricoh, environmental conservation is always at the top priority and the company has long been working to improve the environment by innovating green technology, manufacturing environmental-friendly products, promoting Total Green Office Solutions and recycling used machines. 

To promote "Ricoh Printer for Green Project", Ricoh (HK) has launched the new SP 213Nw and 213SFNw laser printer, and will donate part of sales revenue to conserve forests and wildlife at 3 locations world-wide.

Ricoh Group is pleased to announce the launch of the "Ricoh Printer for Green Project" where the company will donate part of revenue from the sales of SP 210 Laser Printer series to fund various forest and biodiversity conservation projects. There are three major projects located in Burkina Fasco, Brazil and the Philippines that are aimed to conserve forests that people and wildlife are depended highly on. These projects involve planting trees in damaged forests and providing education on environmental conservation to the local communities.

To match with this program, Ricoh Hong Kong has introduced the new black and white laser printer - Ricoh SP 213Nw and SP 213SFNw. This new printer is simple, easy to use, energy efficient and equipped with all the functionalities of home and small office requires. From now until 15th November 2014, customers can enjoy one-year on-site warranty with extra toner.

To learn more about this printer promotion please contact Ricoh at (852) 2833 1188 and for details of the "Ricoh Printer for Green Project" please visit http://www.ricoh.com/gree


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