Here’s an important tip: never let a cartridge run out of ink completely. Your inkjet will burn out if it continues to fire while the supply of ink is cut off. Always have a replacement cartridge on hand. If the cartridge is showing “empty,” have it refilled or replaced immediately. Let Cartridge World know what kind you need, and we’ll help you keep stocked up on ink.
Landfills cost a lot to maintain and when more material ends up there, costs rise. The oil that is used to produce plastic is costly as well. By recycling cartridges, less oil is used and less money spent to maintain landfills or build new ones after they fill. http://www.cartridgeworld.com/usa/usa233/
You may be wondering….. can cartridges just keep being refilled over and over again? This all depends on the type of cartridge and how well you take care of your cartridges. We test your cartridges after they have been refilled/re-manufactured, hence our 100% satisfaction guarantee. Inkjet cartridges can be refilled up to 4 or 5 times and laser cartridges many more, depending on the original condition. Your Cartridge World specialist will be able to tell you.
We offer a variety of prices for cartridges, ink and toner.
Our recycled ink cartridges are affordable and safe for the environment. We refill a variety of ink and toner including Brother, Epson, Canon, Lexmark, Dell, Pixma, Samsung, Xerox.
Our cartridge ink refill reduces the number of toner cartridges that end up in our landfills. Using recycled ink and toner cartridges is very affordable. We
printer ink and toner cartridges are generally at least 30% – 50% less than those “big box stores.”
Please call 407-767-0680 for a no obligation price quote or send us an email: firstname.lastname@example.org. We would be happy to help you with your printer, ink, toner and cartridge needs.
Consider these cartridge-related facts: The number of cartridges discarded in North American landfills each year increases by 12 percent annually On average, eight cartridges per second are thrown away in the United States. It takes about a gallon of oil to make a new laser cartridge. A laser cartridge thrown into landfill can take up to 450 years to decompose. Some components made of industrial grade plastics will take over a thousand years to decompose. Every remanufactured laser cartridge saves nearly 2.5 pounds of metal and plastic waste from being deposited in landfills. 70 percent of used printer cartridges throughout the world are currently being thrown out. In one year, if the world’s discarded cartridges were stacked end-to-end; they would circle the earth over three times. http://www.cartridgeworld.com/usa/usa233/