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You Should Always Recycle Your Inkjet Cartridges

Recycling empty inkjet cartridges is an easy way for us to help to reduce the impact on our environment. 

Surprisingly, nearly 3 pounds of natural resources are saved on average for a recycled cartridge.

Find out the top 5 best reasons to recycle your empty inkjet cartridges.

Recycling empty inkjet cartridges is an easy way for us to help to reduce the impact on our environment. 

Here are 5 of the best reasons to recycle your empty inkjet cartridges.

Surprisingly, nearly 3 pounds of natural resources are saved on average for a recycled cartridge.

Secondly, 3.5 ounces of oil are saved fort each inkjet cartridge that is recycled.  With the massive global demand for oil, supplies will eventually become more scarce.

The third reason to recycle empty inkjet cartridges, is because an inkjet cartridge will not break down for several hundred years once it makes it into the landfill.  We generate enough garbage as it is.  Did you know that each year over 300 million printer cartridges are thrown away?  This equates into about 75,000 tons of garbage.  To give you an idea how much that is, that he is equal in late to nearly 30,000 full grown African elephants.

The forth reason is that recycled and remanufactured inkjet cartridges save money.  There are recycling companies out there that want your empty cartridges.  They take the empty cores and professionally refill and sell them back to users at a lower price than OEM.  There are many quality companies that can do this and maintain high quality.

Lastly, recycling your empty inkjet cartridges is relatively easy.  In fact, a lots of companies that offer remanufactured cartridges have their own recycling programs.

One of the most popular methods for printer owners to recycle inkjet cartridges is through the use of postage paid return envelopes that are sometimes included with an online inkjet cartridge purchase. 

A return mailer (recycle envelope) is most commonly a self-sealing plastic bag that is pre-addressed to a recycling company.  The consumer puts their empty inkjet cartridge into the bag, seals it, and drops it off at a post office or any mailbox.  The postage is already pre-paid, and the whole process takes just a few seconds.

Another method of recycling is through the use of an inkjet cartridge refilling service such as the Jetpak mailer program.

Here's how the Jetpak mailer program works.  First, you purchase a Jetpak prepaid mailer.  Once your cartridge runs out of ink, you simply place your empty cartridge into the plastic bag provided, include your return address, and drop it in the mail.  Once the refilling company receives your mailer, they will professionally inspect, clean, and refill your cartridge.  They will run a print test, and if everything checks at OK they will mail it back to you.  If the cartridge does not pass their print test, they will mail you a credit voucher to return another empty cartridge free of charge.

In about a week the customer will receive their refilled cartridge back, and will enjoy a good savings versus buying a new cartridge and reduce the strain on our environment in the process.

Why recycle?  Why not recycle?

It reduces garbage, saves money, saves natural resources, and as the responsible thing to do.

Just because an empty inkjet cartridge is out of inkArticle Search, doesn't mean it's broken.

It's just ready to be recycled.

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