Recycling NJ
Printer Cartridge Recycling

Printer Cartridges

Collections from your school or business. Get paid to recycle.

Schools and businesses can arrange for used printer cartridges to be collected directly from their premises and get paid for each cartridge they recycle. It really couldn't be easier to do something positive to help protect the environment and keep these items out of the landfill.

Cartridge World

Cartridge World will buy empty inkjet and laser printer cartridges that they will then refill or refurbish. They will help your school, business or community group to set up recycling collections within your buildings and will even come and empty the collection boxes for you after you tell them they are full.

Schools will be paid for each partridge they recycle. For collections at businesses, Cartridge World will send a check to a local school on your behalf instead, so your recycling effort will be helping to support your local community.

For more details contact your local store or see the information on the Cartridge World Recycling webpage.

PrintAgain Ink

PrintAgain Ink pay for all inkjet and laser printer cartridges that you recycle through their recycling program. They will provide you with collection boxes and then collect the filled box directly from you. You will be paid for your cartridges at the time of collection.

PrintAgain Ink has kindly agreed that our 10% referral fee will instead be given to Lavallette Elementary School each time an organization mentions that we recommended PrintAgain Ink to them. Please remember to mention that we referred you to PrintAgain Ink, if you arrange for them to be your printer cartridge recycler, so that this fabulous NJ school receives a little extra funding.

For more details regarding the PrintAgain Ink recycling scheme, please refer to the PrintAgain Ink website.

 

Retailer Collections - recycle printer cartridges for store reward points

Several retailers in New Jersey will pay you for any empty inkjet cartridges that you take to their stores for recycling so if nothing else can motivate you to do something for the environment, perhaps a financial incentive will do the trick! They sell refurbished printer cartridges, offering considerable savings compared to buying new cartridges every time they run out.

OfficeDepot

Office Depot offers $2 in Worklife recycling rewards for each Lexmark, HP, Dell or Office Depot brand inkjet cartridge and also for Canon, HP, Brother, Lexmark, Dell, Samsung or Office Depot brand toner cartridges (maximum of 10 cartridges per month).

For more information on the Office Depot printer cartridge recycling program, click here.

OfficeMax

MaxPerks members receive $3 in rewards for each Brother, Cannon, Dell, Epson, HP, Kodak, Lexmark, Samsung and Sharp inkjet or toner cartridge that they drop off for recycling (maximum of 20 cartridges per month). For more details, click here.

Quill.com

Quill.com is an office stationary supplier that runs recycling collections for inkjet cartridges and laser printer toner cartridges. They provide free pre-paid UPS shipping labels so you can ship your empty cartridges to them without charge.

 

Staples

Take empty printer inkjet or toner cartridges to your nearest Staples store for recycling and you will receive $2 per cartridge (maximum of 10 cartridges per month) in the form of Staples rewards statements that can be used to buy any Staples products.

They accept cartridges from Brother, Cannon, Dell, Epson, HP and Lexmark.

For more information see the Staples website