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. Our printer ink and toner cartridges are generally at least 30% 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.
Our environmentally-friendly cartridges meet or exceed OEM quality, while providing your business with considerable savings. We guarantee each cartridge 100%! Below is pricing for some of our popular cartridges.
|HP 56 Black Ink
|HP901XL Black Ink
|HP564XL Color Ink
|HP60XL Color Ink
|Brother LC61 Black Ink
| Lexmark 16 Black Ink
|Lexmark 26 Color Ink
|Epson T0683 Color Ink
|Canon 225 Black Ink
| Dell MK992 Black Ink
|HP Color LJ 3600
|HP Color LJ 3525
|HP LaserJet P2035
|HP LaerJet 1012
|Canon MF 4150
|Brother MFC 8480
|Dell Laser Printer
|Dell Laser Printer
Many more models available! Please call for a price quote today! Free delivery for all orders above $75.00
Stores are individually owned and operated and prices are subject to change.
If you haven’t gotten one already, ask about our “Frequent Buyer Program. It’s a great incentive. Next time you make a purchase ask for your free Frequent Buyer Card. Purchase 9 ink cartridges and get the 10th free! Call Cartridge World today to see how much you’ll save!
What does “remanufactured” mean? It basically means that the ink cartridges have been recycled & reprocessed by the professionals of the industry. Empty printer cartridges are collected, thoroughly cleaned, and refilled with professional grade ink. Afterwards, they’re repackaged and resold. Businesses and home printers use the recycled ink cartridges with no problem. Recycled ink is a great way to go it saves on your expenses and saves the environment from being inundated with cartridges in the landfills! Go Green!!! If you’d like to learn more about the remanufacturing process, go to our website.
Refurbished / reused / remanufactured cartridges
These types of cartridges are to a greater or lesser extent produced from old printer cartridge parts that have been reused or repaired. All parts are examined, washed and tested individually to meet or exceed the quality standards set up by the OEM cartridge manufacturer. Key parts affecting quality and performance of the printer cartridge are replaced with new components while the cartridge case and non-wearing components are kept.
It’s better to re-use parts of old printer cartridges than to create new waste that ends up in landfills or incinerators. Less waste and energy are used in the manufacturing of these cartridges compared with recycled cartridges thus making them a better purchase.
If you’re new to the process of remanufactured, refilled, or recycled cartridges, this information may help. If you have any further questions, please don’t hesitate to talk with us further at 407-767-0680.
A printer cartridge can consist of varying amounts of recycled material. The environmental cost will be very different depending on to which extent recycled materials are used in the production of the cartridge.
We define recycled printer cartridges as cartridges that are made from reworked waste or parts of old printer cartridges.
The generic process used during printer cartridge recycling is as follow:
- Upon arrival, cartridges are sorted based on model and condition and broken down into their main parts.
- Cartridges are checked for damage and overall condition. Damaged and worn parts are replaced by fresh components.
- Cartridges are reassembled and filled with new printer ink or toner. Cartridges are tested automatically for errors and then sealed in new packages.
- Recycled cartridges are sold to offline and online supply shops marketing them as remanufactured cartridges.