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    Question Recycling cartridges.

    Does anyone recycle their cartridges and who do you use?
    I'm looking for someone preferably with free P&P or collection.

    I used to use Collect4Schools but they now charge and are often difficult to get hold of.

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    I collect them in a bag and take the down Help The Aged every now and again

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    one of our teachers collects them from us and arranges for a local charity to come and get them.

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    Ours are collected by a charity that supports our local Air Ambulance.

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    We send them to Recycool, who charge a fixed amount per collection but pay per cartridge, so just make sure you send more than a few back at a time.

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    We send them back to the supplier who we purchased them from.

    -Ken

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    i use reclaim it is free collection etc and i think they will give you money see http://www.reclaim-it.com/our_services.htmnever had a problem

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    Quote Originally Posted by powdarrmonkey View Post
    We send them to Recycool, who charge a fixed amount per collection but pay per cartridge, so just make sure you send more than a few back at a time.
    Same here, we have about 300 saved up with them for a rainy day currently.

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    We currently use Reclaim IT, just had a collection today, cant fault them, keeps our lot happy by using them.

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    another vote for recycool here.

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