Recycle Your Toner Cartridges! [Infographic]

Posted Tuesday, July 31st, 2012 by .

Toner cartridge recycling is important.  Super important.  While most people probably understand that cartridge recycling is a good thing to do, we still see half a billion cartridges showing up at landfill sites each year.  At Ink Technologies, we take toner recycling very seriously; so much in fact that we maintain our own free recycling program, and feel that it’s crucial that we all take a moment to appreciate how serious (and easily solved) this problem could be.

Do your part to help out by recycling your own cartridges, and spreading the word to others.  We’ve created this wonderfully detailed visual aid as a way to help you get the word out tastefully.

Recycling Toner Cartridges

Spread the word and stop the waste!
Toner Recycling Infographic

Infographic created by InkTechnologies.com. Spread the word!

Toner Recycling Infographic

Infographic created by InkTechnologies.com. Spread the word!


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9 Responses to “Recycle Your Toner Cartridges! [Infographic]”

  • Laura Brentley:

    Recycling cartridges contributes significantly in upholding our drive to save the world. The infographic basically conveys the truth, and with that, we know the huge impact we can create when we recycle stuff, especially these cartridges.

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  • […] While these extra steps may seem like a lot of work, they can mean the difference between a usable cartridge and one that requires a costly replacement. By better maintaining your open ink cartridges, you can save yourself a lot of money over the course of a year. As a reminder, when they are finally used up, don’t forget to recycle your toner cartridges. […]

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  • […] The next time you are considering refilling your own toner cartridges, ask yourself if these potential dangers are worth the risk. By using remanufactured toner, you can avoid these potential pitfalls and still save a lot of money. Lastly, don’t forget to recycle your empty toner cartridges! […]

  • Colm:

    I find that amount of ink cartridges being dumped staggering considering how hungry remanufacturing companies are for fresh ink cartridges. We recycle ours with a local hospital :).

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