Toner Cartridge Recycling
Clickinks offer toner cartridge recycling and tips for recycling cartridges such as Brother, Sharp, and Samsung toner. Learn more about how Clickinks participates in ink & toner recycling today!
Help save the environment with ink cartridge toner recycling. Most businesses are unaware of the damage they are causing by throwing empty toner cartridges away. The plastic used to make toner and ink cartridges can take over 1000 years to decompose; this is very dangerous for the environment.
Most businesses and people forget that there is a growing demand for recycled toner. So please remember that when your toner cartridge finishes, they can be recycled and used more than once. You can not only help save the environment but also save yourself a little extra cash. Clickinks are currently developing a recycled ink cartridges scheme that will mean you get more for your money.
Ink & toner recycling tips
Before we begin running through any tips lets first explain what a recycled ink cartridge is made from. A recycled ink cartridge can be produced from various recycled materials, usually made from old printer cartridges and other forms of waste; the process of recycling depends on the overall condition of the cartridge. The worn out parts are fixed and the newly formed printer ink cartridge is then filled with ink and toner.
These recycled ink cartridges are tested and then packaged and sold as Remanufactured ink cartridges.
Make sure you inspect your ink and toner cartridges before recycling. You need to make sure all of the parts are still intact and undamaged. An ink cartridge with all its pieces is worth more to a recycler, make sure you carefully remove your ink cartridge from your printer. The same applies to toner cartridges; toner cartridge recycling is now more popular than ever! But the same rules apply; make sure your toner is a good condition.
Clickinks Ink Cartridge Recycling
When you send Clickinks your empty ink cartridges we refill them and resell them at a reduced cost. This recycling scheme means we are helping the environment and helping our customers to save money.
Here are some interesting facts about ink cartridges:
• A gallon of oil is used to produce just one ink cartridge
• Only 10% of ink cartridges are turned in for recycling
• By 2012 350 million ink cartridges were dumped on landfills.
• One ink cartridge can take up to 450 to 1000 years to decompose