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Places That Buy Used Ink Cartridges


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Places That Buy Used Ink Cartridges


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.


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!


You can recycle computers for money, so it only makes sense that you should be able to make money selling used ink cartridges. Besides helping you cut down on costs to run your printer, selling used ink cartridges could turn into a nice little side hustle idea.


Then you collect and send your empty ink cartridges to Evolve by using their free shipping label. You can either print the label out or have them sent to your home. Note that you have to have at least 20 cartridges or 20 pounds worth of cartridges before you can send them in.


The takeaway here is that there is money to be made in the ink cartridge recycling field. If you have access to a lot of ink cartridges, you may want to consider getting in on this earth-friendly side hustle.


NEEDEMPTY is one of the largest suppliers of empty inkjet cartridges in the industry. If you are looking for quality empties, you need not look elsewhere! We pride ourselves on our competitive prices and superior quality products.We also have a buyback program for all genuine unused ink & toner cartridges. We'll pay you for surplus cartridges. We even take care of shipping. We collect empty cartridges for our recycling program. We'll pay you to recycle empty and used printer cartridges! Make money while helping the environment by participationg in our ink cartridge recycling program.


Because there is no limit to the number of ink cartridges that you sell to us, many companies, schools and other organizations use our service as a fundraising idea. You simply have to set up collection bins in your facility or in participating venues. Then, you can sell used ink cartridges to us at any time. There is not a minimum or maximum number of cartridges that you can sell. This means that you can make a new submission to us every week, every month or once a year. We do not accept all ink cartridges, and we do offer top dollar for the cartridges that are in highest demand. Therefore, you should take a closer look at our rates and requirements before you make a submission.


It can be challenging to run a business or organization today, and one of the key challenges that most face relates to finances. However, when you put Dazz Cycle to use on a regular basis, you will have an eco-friendly and cost-effective way to dispose of ink cartridges. Whether your facility uses only one printer or has lofty plans to collect cartridges from the entire membership of your organization, you can rest assured that you will receive fast processing of your reimbursement for the cartridges. This is a wonderful way to dispose of ink cartridges as well as make some extra money for your business or organization. You can take time to learn how to sell used ink cartridges through Dazz Cycle to get started using our service.


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.


Hewlett Packard also has a free recycling program and they proudly announce that more than 1.8 million HP inkjet cartridges were recycled in 2003. Unfortunately, for the consumer, plastics and metal from the HP cartridges are also disassembled and made into new products. Other components are used to generate energy or are disposed of in an environmentally responsible manner.


Canon offers its customers several options for recycling canon ink cartridges, including a single return option, an up-to-eight multiple return option, and a bulk return option. Whichever you choose, a shipping label can be downloaded directly from their website. Return shipping via UPS is pre-paid by the company. It appears from many recycling and other eco-friendly programs displayed on their website, that Canon is a leader in environmental stewardship, however to date they have no recycling program in place for inkjet cartridges.


HP now handle the recycling of Samsung cartridges. They take back their ink and toner cartridges with pre-paid USPS labels that you can print. If you use large quantities of cartridges they can also offer free collection boxes to store your empties in.


Konica Minolta accept returns of cartridges for some of their printers and office systems through pre-paid UPS labels that you can print online, as well as pallet collections for larger quantities. They can offer you free collection boxes to store your empty cartridges in if you have many.


EveryCartridge.com is here to help you to find and use the many services that exist locally and nationally, and cut through the misinformation to ensure that your cartridges do not go to landfill.


If you are an administrator or teacher, or involved with a non-profit organization, Cartridges for Kids will pay for and recycle your used cartridges. They accept laser and inkjet cartridges, and they provide free labels.


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.


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.


We are one of the largest toner cartridge buyers in the UK, offering the best quotes for cartridge recycling. As an effort to preserve our environment, our recycling program ensures that any toner and printer cartridges that cannot be recycled or are not suitable for refilling are disposed of in an environment-friendly recycling center and not sent to a landfill.


Once the quote is accepted, we pick up the surplus or used cartridges from your doorstep, making the entire process hassle-free for you. We also have the flexibility to accept toner cartridges from a huge pool of qualifying manufacturers ranging from Dell, Canon, HP, Lexmark, Brother, Xerox, Kyocera, Epson


There are 45 million non-biodegradable toner cartridges thrown away into landfills in the United Kingdom alone. Some of the plastics used in manufacturing can take up to 1,000 years to fully decompose.


Plastics and printer ink used to manufacture cartridges for laser printers can decompose over a period of 1,000 years, giving toxic chemicals in them ample time to spread into the soil and pollute the environment. For that reason, our aim is to recycle & reuse your empty ink cartridges and toner items while offering a reward program where we will personally purchase them from you and collect them directly at your door.


Over 500 million printer cartridges are sold each year in the United States, and as many as 375 million are sent to landfills. Toner cartridges are both recyclable and reusable. Reusing them can reduce the need for oil used to make the plastic and ink by as much as 50%, lowering the overall environmental impact of printing ink by 30%. 59ce067264






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