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Buy Used Toner Cartridges

Empty Cartridge Purchasing (ECP)Selling toner cartridges is a great way to insure that empty toner cartridgesare recycled while making money at the same time! Not only do you get the warm,fuzzy feeling of having done something good for the environment, but you getrewarded with cash for doing so! And, we get to turn your empties into arecycled product! Win, Win and Win! However, in order to achievethe Win-Trifecta, the ECP process must run smoothly. So, we do have a fewpesky rules.

buy used toner cartridges

Cartridges We BuyWe only buy cartridges from the empty cartridge lists (links below). Also, the cartridges must be virgin cartridges, i.e., cartridges that have never been remanufactured. This is because non-virginempties tend to compromise the integrity of our products.

Cartridges We Do Not BuyWe do not buyback any cartridges that are not on our empty cartridge lists. The listsare kept up to date and reflect the ONLY cartridges that we are currentlypurchasing. So, if your cartridge is not listed, we will not buyit. Also, we do not buy unused cartridges.

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 and the National Cristina Foundation have joined together to help those with economic challenges or disabilities gain access to today's technology. The National Cristina Foundation matches donations of used computers and peripherals to both nonprofit organizations and schools that provide training to people with disabilities, students at risk, and other disadvantaged persons throughout the United States and Canada. Your donation will help change the environment and the lives of those who need these products most.

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:

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.

As far as pricing goes, check what other sellers are selling the type of cartridges you have for. Use previously sold and currently listed prices as a guideline for pricing your cartridges. I typically try to price just a bit below other sellers.

Some people choose to refill the ink cartridges on their own and sell them. When I looked on eBay for refilled ink cartridges for my printer, I found I could get seven of them for $19.99 with free shipping.

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.

After you complete the information about the types of ink cartridges you have and enter your contact information, NEEDEMPTY assess your list. They get back to you with an offer amount within 24 hours.

Another company you can sell your empty cartridges to is STS INKS. STS INKS has been in the ink technology business since 1999. You need to have a minimum of 48 empty cartridges to sell to this company.

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.

If you have at least 5 cartridges you can use Staples Rewards' collection program, which will give you a UPS ground shipping label to use. First sign in or register for a Staples Rewards account:

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.

Many Ricoh cartridges come with a pre-paid shipping label for returns included in the box, which you can use to return your empty cartridge. If this isn't the case, you can download a prepaid shipping label on the web site from the instructions half-way down the page.

Neopost used to offer a free recycling service, where you paid the shipping to their recycling facility in Tennessee. The page has been taken down, but you can contact Neopost (now "Quadient") on the above page to enquire.

A typical cartridge, with its plastics and electronics, will take up to 1,000 years to degrade in a landfill site, but having an empty cartridge reused saves up to 5 lbs of CO2 compared to making a new cartridge from scratch. 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.

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.

Damaged or open box ink and toner cartridgesWe purchase open box ink and toner cartridges. Please make sure you describe the box condition accurately or upload a picture so that we can quote you accordingly.

To ensure that your cartridges arrive at our sorting facility safely add newspaper, bubble wrap, or other lightweight packing to secure the cartridges and prevent movement inside the box. If your cartridges are damaged in shipping due to lack of packing, or improper packing the shipping charges will be the responsibility of the sender. We will not pay for damaged/broken cartridges.

There is only a minimum if you would like US Laser to pay for the shipping. Due to cost of shipping we are only able to accept cartridges that are listed on the current buy-back list. There is a 20lb or 20 unit minimum.

Once your cartridges are received at our sorting facility they will be sorted and inspected and a total value will be assessed. Payment is normally mailed within 2 weeks of receipt. Other arrangements may be made prior to shipment based on quantity.

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.

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. 041b061a72

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