Lt. Joe Gomez said an employee found a 2-foot device that appeared to be a cluster of pipes bound together with bubble wrap in a box supposedly carrying copy machine toner. It had wiring sticking out of it and “suspicious writing.”
Unlike printers that use liquid ink, copy machines use toner cartridges that contain a large amount of colored powder. If a toner cartridge cracks while you're removing or installing it, the powder can leak out, causing a daunting mess. Fortunately, your business doesn't need to hire a professional cleaning company to remove the spill. When wiped up quickly, the powder won't have a chance to stain your clothes, floor or desk.