Programmes that will make a difference
Global warming and resource depletion are serious worldwide issues. The scale of the environmental challenges facing the world requires strong responses, and we're taking a lead in making a difference.
Building on past success
Achieving our goals in the future
A vision can only be achieved when it's backed up by action. We are committed to implementing environmental programmes aimed at reducing the environmental impact of our products at all stages of their life cycle - including design, parts and materials procurement, manufacturing, product transport, use, collection and recycling. Learn more about our environmental programs that will ensure we achieve our Environmental Vision 2050.
What is Project Homecoming?
Project Homecoming is an ink and toner cartridge recycling initiative led by five brands - Brother, Canon, Dell, EPSON and Lexmark with the support of National Environment Agency and National Library Board. Together, these printing brands aim to make it easier for the public to recycle their used ink and toner cartridges. This is the first time globally outside Japan that these five brands have come together to initiate a joint recycling project.
Where to recycle ink and toner cartridges?
You can drop your used ink and toner cartridges at the following participating National Library Board locations:
- Ang Mo Kio Public Library
- Bedok Public Library
- Bishan Public Library
- Bukit Merah Public Library
- Geylang East Public Library
- Jurong Regional Library
- Jurong West Public Library
- Marine Parade Public Library
- National Library Building
- Tampines Regional Library
- Toa Payoh Public Library
- Queenstown Public Library
- Woodlands Regional Library
Do you accept cartridges from non-participating brands?
Project Homecoming accepts cartridges from all brands, including non-participating ones, and all the cartridges collected will be recycled.