Recycling is great for the environment and for our self esteem. You know that you did something good whenever you recycle. Have you ever wondered if you could get some compensation for your hard work? Thanks to toner recycling programs that offer rewards, you can make a significant profit by assisting companies with their recycling efforts. So what are the advantages of recycling your Phaser 8500 ink? None because it is impossible to recycle solid ink due to the fact that it melts down to nothing by the end of its life. But one good thing about recycling Laserjet toner or Lexmark toner is that you do not have to pay one penny to ship your cartridges to the company. They will pay for all of the expenses because you are doing them a huge favor.
Cartridge recycling is ideal for any organization that wants to raise funds for an event or specific cause or for a homeowner or business that wants to reduce their costs on printer cartridges. Your compensation on each printer cartridge will depend on numerous factors, so it is important that you keep these in mind before sending the toner in to the company. The first factor is the cartridge type. You will receive more compensation for a toner cartridge as opposed to an ink cartridge. Another factor that effects compensation is the printer brand. If you have a cartridge for a very popular printer brand, then you might be able to receive more depending on the cartridge model. The more unique your cartridge, the more compensation you can possibly receive.
Another factor is the amount of returned cartridges you are sending. If you have twenty toner cartridges, then you will be able to receive more in compensation. Another major factor will be the recycling company that you are doing business with. You can receive compensation anywhere from one penny to fifteen dollars! Your compensation will heavily depend on the factors previously listed. If your cartridge is extremely common, then you may receive less in compensation. A general HP toner cartridge may not allow for high levels of compensation, but other printer brands may allow for more compensation.
In the end, your compensation will depend on the quality of your cartridge, the age, and the brand, as well as the previously mention criteria. The recycling company will want to make a profit out of the transaction, so do not be surprised if some prices are lower than you expect. Any compensation should be considered lucky because many companies offer zero compensation for recycling.