We care about our community and the environment
We know that sporting clubs and charity associations need printing and copying resources. If you’re from either a local sporting club or community charity organisation, you may be eligible for assistance or donation of second hand equipment. Organisations that have benefited from our donations: Runaway Bay Netball Club, Runaway Bay Football Club, Morningside AFL Club, Netball QLD, Souths Logan Football Club, Radio 4RPH. Feel free to contact us.
At Zanara Photocopiers recycle as much of our old equipment as possible, including toner, parts and waste. By following strict waste management programs, we can help minimise the environmental impact of printing. Some of these steps include:
- Used toners are dismantled, the remaining toner is removed and reused. The plastics are recycled through the GCCC waste management program. Waste toners are emptied and disposed of through the GCCC waste.
- All parts replaced are recycled through the GCCC waste management. Plastics are recycled and metal components are sent to metal recyclers.
- All paper is recycled through Australian Paper Recycling.
- All of our equipment is recycled through metal recyclers or donated as working equipment to Sports clubs and charities.
“Light House provides rehabilitation services for men struggling with addiction. As a charity with limited resources we greatly appreciate the generosity shown by Zanara Copiers. Zanara provide us with a quality photocopier and ongoing maintenance support.”Luke Rytenskild
Not all hero’s wear capes, but our hero’s carry multipurpose printers!
Zanara provided the Variety Queensland office with two printers and servicing, this was not only lovely act of corporate kindness but has had an amazing impact on our office. The printers are reliable and fulfill all our needs from the printing of event collateral, supporter certificates through to board papers; now we can do it in house.
Zanara, you have lifted our office morale, boosted our productivity and saved funds that we can now put towards helping Queensland kids live, laugh and learn.Kelly Harding