It’s always refreshing when manufacturers include recycling as part of their service. Having replaced the toner and drum on our laser printer I was therefore looking forward to slapping the return label onto the boxes and feeding the exhausted component back into the system. But something had changed since the last time I did this. Now the label is to an address in France and says “Par avion PRIORITAIRE”, yes by “Airmail PRIORITY”. Although the toner cartridge is fairly light the drum is heavy, and what’s the rush? I don’t have the figures to hand but my guess is that a short flight is much more carbon producing than a lorry load. So full marks for the recycling and zero marks for the implementation Dell!