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JARBO Replacement For Epson Ink Cartridges 98 High Capacity 1Set+2Black 8-Pack Used With Epson Artisan 810 700 800 710 725 730 835 837

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  • OK, it’s time for a reality check: how many of you out there have a drawer or a shoebox somewhere in the depths of your home office where you hoard a hidden “stash” of used ink cartridges you've been piling up over the years? Don’t blush. We all do it. Our reasons for doing this can definitely vary. Maybe we tell ourselves that we hold on to old cartridges because we're trying to protect the environment. That might sound like a good excuse, but is it really our true motivation? On the other hand, maybe we're a bit worried that we may suddenly discover that the printer has run out of ink. Surely, one of these empty cartridges will have a few drops that will serve us in our emergency need. There are many reasons for keeping these old cartridges. The biggest one is probably that we simply do not know what to do with them and simply don't feel right about just tossing them in the trash.

    Earth911 recycle centers accept all kinds of recycled materials, including used ink cartridges. Some of the centers even pay you for them! Even if I only make 60 cents per pound, it’s still better than nothing! Check for a recycling center nearest you .

  • Canon also proactively recycles used ink cartridges at locations outside Japan. Collected cartridges are reused as materials or recycled to reduce waste. As of March 31, 2015, collection and recycling was in place in 30 countries and regions throughout the world (excluding Japan).
    Collection points are reviewed and determined based on the situation in each country and region. Boxes have been established in mass retail and other cooperating outlets, shopping malls, companies, schools, stations, and Canon service centers and showrooms. Used ink cartridges can also be returned to Canon by mail in certain regions, ensuring that the methodology of the campaign is considerate of customer convenience.
    Canon Hong Kong launched the Ink Cartridge Recycling Program to promote the recycling of used ink cartridges. In 2011, CHK initiated the first-ever Canon x McDull Inter-school Ink Cartridge Recycling Competition cum Design Contest, extending the program into education sector. In addition, CHK coordinated with a local environmental organization, the Business Environment Council, to organize green workshops in primary & secondary schools, sharing different green initiatives against the threats of climate change and burden of environment.
    In the school year of 2014–2015, a total of 224 schools joined the Ink Cartridge Recycle competition covering 164,911 Hong Kong youngsters. CHK also organized 26 workshops attended by approximately 8,900 students. To reduce environmental impact, as of January 2015, CHK collected and recycled 105,535 ink cartridges, saved around 3m3 of landfill area and reduced over 3.6 tons of greenhouse gas emissions.

    I have 2 full never used ink cartridges. Not used but, package opened. My printer took a dump and I wound u buying a new printer. It is a totally different brand and Wal-Mart would not take them back opened. They are Lexmark 36 and 37, not sure what to do and I am now out $52 and the price of a new printer.

    • Be careful when you handle the used ink cartridges, as there may be some ink surrounding the ink supply port. If ink should come into direct contact with your skin, wash the area thoroughly with soap and water. If ink should come into direct contact with your eyes, flush them immediately with water. If you should feel discomfort or if vision is impaired, see a doctor immediately.

  • There are many options for reusing or recycling used ink cartridges. Refilling empty cartridges is one of the easiest and most economical ways to reuse ink cartridges. There are a number of refill kits on the market today and many can be purchased at an office supply store or online. Most of these kits come with enough ink to refill cartridges multiple times. Refill kits can be used for both black ink and color ink and can be purchased for as little as $10, which is a steal considering each kit can be used more than once.

Almost Like Printing Cash: Make Money From Your Used Ink Cartridges

Because there is no limit to the number of ink cartridges that you sell to us, many companies, schools and other organizations use our service as a fundraising idea. You simply have to set up collection bins in your facility or in participating venues. Then, you can sell used ink cartridges to us at any time. There is not a minimum or maximum number of cartridges that you can sell. This means that you can make a new submission to us every week, every month or once a year. We do not accept all ink cartridges, and we do offer top dollar for the cartridges that are in highest demand. Therefore, you should take a closer look at our rates and requirements before you make a submission.