Whether you work in an office setting, or simply use a printer at home, it's amazing how quickly empty toner and ink cartridges can pile up. I'll admit that I have a paper bag on top of my computer desk that contains about 12 - 15 empty ink cartridges.
Since the goal to "go green" has people doing what they can to make a difference, ink and toner cartridge recycling has become more popular and readily available both online, at schools and in certain office stores.
It's as easy as 1...2...3
1. Count how many toner cartridges you need to recycle.
2. Fill out the form with name, address and cartridge information.
3. Wait for your pre-paid shipping address, and send off your cartridges to be recycled!
Recycle, go green, and do it for free... it's a win-win situation all the way around!
Do you recycle your ink and toner cartridges?