Epson Ink Cartridges Recycled to Lights & Chandelier

February 17, 2010 1 Comment

If Lexmark’s recycler is able to recycle discarded Lexmark ink and toner cartridges to pens, Epson’s recycler has found another way to make use (or reuse) discarded Epson ink cartridges: as lamps and chandeliers.

To date, shops in Durham, North Carolina are now selling lamps and chandeliers made from Epson ink cartridges. These are manufactured by LowellAndLouise and boxlightbox, both located in the area. They make use of different colors available in order to create ambient lighting that will suit the preferences of customers. For instance, ink cartridge colors used to provide light include matte black, cyan, light cyan, magenta, light magenta, yellow, light black and very light black.

The manufacturers recycle Epson ink cartridges by scrubbing them clean of residues, drilling holes to drain the ink and putting wires inside to power it.

All lamps and chandeliers are fully functional and wired to provide ambient light. Also available are single lamps, box pendants and eight-cartridge chandeliers that can be hanged at homes or in offices.

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One Comments to “Epson Ink Cartridges Recycled to Lights & Chandelier”
  1. Thanks a ton! That was very helpful, I just saved your site.

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