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Go Green!

Toner Cartridges are 97% Recyclable!

The typical used toner cartridge weighs about 3 pounds and is composed of 40% plastic, 40% metal, and smaller percentages of rubber, paper, foam, and toner. The plastic is made of engineering grade polymers and takes at least 1,000 years to decompose. However, approximately 97% of these combined components can be recycled and reused.

Resource Conservation…

Using remanufactured toner cartridges reduces pollution and waste by minimizing the amount of materials, such as plastic, steel, aluminum, and rubber, disposed of in landfills. It also conserves natural resources by eliminating the need for virgin materials used to make new cartridges. For each pound of new material used in remanufacturing, 5 to 9 pounds of virgin materials are conserved.

Energy Conservation…

Using remanufactured toner cartridges also saves energy. Approximately 3 quarts of oil are burned in producing a single new toner cartridge. A used toner cartridge can be remanufactured up to four times, depending on its type and condition, thus potentially saving up to 12 quarts of fuel.

Some Printing Conservation Tips…

Make proofs of your prints, print at a reduced size or produce a contact sheet to decide which pictures or sheets you want to print at highest quality.