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Toner Cartridge Buy Back __FULL__


InkRecycling.org will offer to pay cash for your used printer cartridges. OR Get rid of them at your local office supply store which will take some time out of your busy day. Most likley they will not pay you anything.




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Fundraise and help your school, church or nonprofit with a FREE recycling program. Recycling empty printer cartridges is a great way to put some cash back into your group or organization


Refill the original brand cartridges to save time and avoid a trip to the store. Be advised, this will get messy and there is no guarantee once you decide to tamper with an original HP cartridge


Did you know you can get Money for ink cartridge recycling? We process every payment promptly within 30 days of inspection. Expect to see a check in your mailbox regardless of requesting payment. Feel free to email or call us if you have any payment questions.


Once you've collected your empty cartridges, go to InkRecycling.org to ger an instant trade-in estimate. We'll email you a free shipping label once your answered a few questions about your cartridge trade-in. After, you can drop off your ready to ship box of cartridges at the closest UPS.


InkRecycling.org will send you money every month in the form of a check. Big-box office-supply stores like OfficeDepot only have recycling reward programs for store credit. These stores only give you limited credit for each qualifying cartridge that you turn in, up to a maximum of 10 empty cartridges per month. We have no limit on recycling!


At Epson, we recognize the importance of preserving our environment and contributing to the global community. With that in mind, we are proud to sponsor a Product Stewardship Program that enables Epson customers to send back used Epson products for recycling, free of charge.


Epson is pleased to offer our consumer customers an environmentally responsible way to recycle their used Epson branded inkjet cartridges, ink packs, bags, bottles and AcuLaser CX11N Series toner cartridges. Simply follow the steps below:


We will pay you cash for any new, unused ink and toner cartridges. Our goal is to help you get them out of your supply closet while also keeping them out of landfills. Our ink and toner buyback program is as easy as it gets and allows you to walk away with a little extra cash in your pockets or credit for future purchases on Inkgenie.com.


Please be as thorough as possible in your description If you would like, you can also upload photos of the cartridges you have available.This will allow us to give you the most accurate offer.We will review your submission and extend an offer to you via email within 2 business days (sometimes as fast as 2 hours!).


Note: If your items are not as described or depicted, we will update the offer based on the condition we received the item in. If you do not want to accept the new offer, you can send us a shipping label and we will return your cartridge. If you do NOT want your cartridge back, we will recycle it for you.


If this is your first time recycling unused ink and toner cartridges with Ink Genie, you might have some questions. The program can sometimes seem too good to be true. Below are the answers to some of the most frequently asked questions we hear from people who want to recycle ink.


You can take new ink cartridges to local office supply stores for recycling. However, most of these drop boxes offer you no incentive and your cartridges will end up in a landfill instead of back in circulation. And while doing a good deed is reward enough, at Ink Genie, we offer a buyback program that makes it easy to ship your unused ink and toner cartridges back to us for cash.


Ink Genie does not purchase ink or toner from entities who are contractually prohibited from engaging in such sales.Ink Genie does not purchase ink or toner that was designated for, or originated from, sales outside of the United States.


HP ink and LaserJet cartridges returned through HP Planet Partners go through a multi-phase "closed loop" recycling process. The recycled plastic from empty cartridges is used to create new Original HP cartridges and other everyday products.


HP partners with shipping companies to collect and return printing supplies. Once the supplies have been returned, HP works with advanced recycling organizations to recover and recycle materials from empty or used HP printing supplies. Because of their construction, Original HP cartridges cannot be effectively recycled using conventional, commercial processes.


Currently, HP Planet Partners accepts only Original HP cartridges and Samsung toner cartridges for recycling. To return other brands, please check with the cartridge manufacturer for recycling information.


Yes, you can include plastic end caps from HP large-format printing materials when you return ink cartridges. You can also return them separately by following the same shipping instructions for recycling ink cartridges.


The best approach is to return your cartridges to wherever you initially purchased them to see if you could receive a refund. At this time we do not offer a return program for unused cartridges, however we are happy to recycle them using the standard process.


Yes, HP uses recycled materials extensively in packaging, including recycled content paperboard, corrugated cardboard and recycled plastic. HP has produced more than 3.9 billion Original HP ink and toner cartridges that contain recycled plastic. Today more than 80% of Original HP ink cartridges and 100% of Original HP toner cartridges are now manufactured with recycled content. All HP cartridges and packaging are designed with sustainability in mind.3


Each Original HP cartridge should indicate on the packaging whether it is an ink cartridge or LaserJet toner cartridge. Also, ink cartridges are smaller and squarer, whereas LaserJet cartridges are much longer in length.


Yes, all Original HP LaserJet cartridges and most original HP ink cartridges (see a list of non-returnable supplies) are now classified as recycled products for the California State Agency Buy Recycled Campaign (SABRC) reporting. See list of SABRC qualified product numbers (PDF) and SABRC product certification letter (PDF).


Ink cartridge recycling is now available as part of regular recycling in most municipalities. Find more info here: Recycle ink cartridges near me. If it's not available in your area, consider using eCycle Group, a recycling program for empty ink cartridges and laser toner. If you have empty cartridges, you can send them to eCycle in exchange for cash, or a donation to the charity of your choice.


eCycle Group manages all aspects of the collection and payment process, so please reach out to them directly with any questions. The process is simple: once you have located your printer cartridges on their list, fill in the number of cartridges you are returning and calculate the amount due. Be sure to fill in your contact information and preferred method of payment.


Recycling your printer ink cartridges makes sense - it's good for the environment because it reduces the amount of plastic put into landfills. And it's good for your wallet by giving you cash back for your empty cartridges. Read the below to learn more about recycling inkjet cartridges.


Each year, millions of empty toner and inkjet cartridges are thrown into the trash, ending up in our planet's landfills or incinerators. Recycling these empty cartridges is easy, profitable and environmentally beneficial. It helps reduce solid waste, conserves raw materials and the energy needed to produce a new product. Most cartridges can be recycled up to six times - they are refurbished, refilled and then resold to consumers at a lower price than brand name cartridges. Recycled cartridges produce the same quality and output as new cartridges.


Ink cartridges are constructed out of plastic, petroleum-based products and take about 1,000 years to decompose. According to recent estimates, 20-40% of ink cartridges are recycled, meaning 60-80% end up in landfills. The recovery and reuse of empty printer cartridges diverts millions of cubic feet of material from waste disposal, saving us the millions of tax dollars needed to pay for additional landfill management.


Look at the instructions in the box of your new laser or ink cartridge to find out how to recycle your old one. Many companies will provide instructions, packaging materials and free postage if you wish to recycle your old cartridge.


The easiest way to find a recycling location is to search the Internet for organizations that accept used cartridges in exchange for cash. All sites offer pre-paid free shipping or pickup of used cartridges, and some pay up to $4 per cartridge.


Recycling used cartridges also makes a great fundraiser for schools, church groups, charities, high school sports teams and other non-profit organizations. It can also be a significant cost savings for businesses.


Each recycling site has a list of printer cartridges that they will accept. Be sure to check that list before sending in your empty cartridges, because each organization will only pay for cartridges that they can accept - some even charge a penalty for cartridges that are not accepted. Some of the above recycling groups also offer new, recycled content and recyclable business and consumer products available at deeply discounted prices for school, office or personal use.


Start recycling your used ink cartridges today! Whether you opt to receive cash back or donate the proceeds to charity, it is the responsibility of everyone to do all we can today in order to insure the health of our planet tomorrow.


Epson, in cooperation with Funding Factory, recently launched a free recycling program for its customers. Schools and businesses can get points for collecting and remitting empty cartridges to Epson. However, the cartridges are not remanufactured or refilled. They are incinerated. To be fair, mention must be made that the incineration is at an environmentally friendly waste-to-energy plant; however, it's easy to see that Epson is the big winner in this recycling effort. Their recycling plan takes cartridges out of the hands of remanufacturing plants that can offer less expensive remanufactured compatible cartridges to the consumer. 041b061a72


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