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The Benefits of Reusing Ink and Toner Cartridges


While paperless technology is more of a reality than ever before, numerous documents still require hardcopies. In a print-heavy environment where you are spending a lot on toner cartridges it’s worth your while to opt for refurbished units. Not only will you benefit financially, but help save the planet at the same time

Green (th)inking

When it comes to the damage discarded ink and toner cartridges cause to the environment, the figures are shocking. It takes over one thousand years for the materials to disintegrate.

Recycling trends are spreading like wildfire and environmentalists are coming up with new and innovative ways to recycle just about anything including ink cartridges.

Whether you decide to recycle or use remanufactured cartridges – both options will reduce your carbon footprint. At the moment, only 20% to 30% of cartridges are being recycled which means most of them end up in landfills. It’s not only the hard plastic but also ink residue that is cause for concern, especially since 80% of the materials can be reused to manufacture new cartridges at a fraction of the cost.

Cutting costs

Reusing cartridges not only helps to cut the cost of manufacturing new ink and toner cartridges, but also increases the efficiency of the procurement process. If you buy quality remanufactured cartridges, instead of new ones, you could save between 25% and 40% per order.

Ink and toner cartridges can be reused between three and seven times and you can recycle and buy remanufactured cartridges at most major retailers.

Power up

Besides the consequences of pollution, reusing ink and toner cartridges also saves on energy and production costs.

By reusing and recycling cartridges, you can help save on the energy it requires to produce and package the equivalent in new cartridges.

Reliable reuse

One of the main reasons businesses tend to shy away from reusing ink and toner cartridges is their concern over quality. As with all things in life, there are good and bad quality remanufactured cartridges.

Producers of remanufactured cartridges have to ensure that all parts are in working order, replace the ones that have been damaged and restock the ink or toner. To get the longest use out of your cartridges make sure that you are buying from a reputable supplier and research their products, especially user reviews.

For more information, go to OfficeBox for savings on a wide range of stationery and office products including remanufactured cartridges.

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David Adams
13 April 2015