Xerox’s Testing of Styrene Levels in Aftermarket Toner Cartridges Catches Attention


Perhaps the biggest topic causing concern among Europe’s aftermarket consumables industry at the moment is testing that has shown certain new-build toner cartridges have elevated levels of a banned toxic fire retardant called decabromdiphenyl ether (decaBDE) (see “Testing of Contaminated Toner Cartridges Continues to Make Waves in Europe”). With supplies manufacturers’ compliance with environmental regulations

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