You already know that buying CompAndSave's remanufactured printer cartridges will save you money. But did you also know that our remanufactured cartridges prevent more waste, including plastics and metals, from rotting in landfills? Ink cartridges can take 450 to 1,000 years to decompose in landfills!
Most original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) now offer ink recycling programs. Read below to find out how to recycle your used cartridges. You can also recycle locally or look at your original product's box to see where to dispose of your cartridge.
|HP offers two convenient ways to recycle your original HP ink or LaserJet cartridges. Drop off at an HP Authorized Retail Collection Location or print/order postage-paid shipping materials on the HP website.|
|For your used Epson inkjet cartridges, ink packs, bags, and bottles, you can package the old cartridges and send to Epson America, Inc.'s Recycling Center. For your AcuLaser CX11N Series cartridges, you can ship using a pre-paid label available on the Epson website.|
|The Canon cartridge recycling program enables you to send back your all-in-one cartridge via a UPS label on the Canon website. For Canon's plastic toner containers, you can take advantage of your local government recycling program, return your used cartridge directly to Canon, or contact your local Authorized Canon Dealer for other recycling options.|
||Brother and Samsung botd use a mail-in recycling program. Reuse the shipping box from your toner and ink cartridges to return your used cartridges, print a free USPS SmartLabel® shipping label, and drop off the return to anywhere in the U.S. Postal Service mail system.|
|Lexmark also provides a similar mail-in recycling option: reuse your box, print a shipping label from the website, and ship via the designated carrier.|
|For your old Dell ink and toner cartridges, package the item, print a prepaid waybill from the Dell recycling web page, and schedule a FedEx pickup or drop off your package at a FedEx location.|