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    Recycling Remanufactured toners

    I have been looking round for a few weeks now on how to recycle these remanufactured toner but am struggling.

    Its real nice that companies do this but forget we need to dispose of the used products, but where ?

    the boxes of old toners are mounting up now.........

    Any ideas ??

    Paul

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    Ask you supplier if they will take them back. That's what we do throw them all in a big box get them to come and collect them now and again

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    I did, in fact i wrote then quite a long email asking then why they don't take them back but got no response.

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    Same here, we have a good relationship with our supplier who collects the used toners every half term or so and gives us a decent discount on the replacements. Keeps everyone happy

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    Yes it seems in future i am going to have to choose a new source for toners.

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    Try using a company called Silicon Alley. Been using them for about 4 years now.

    They have these benefits:

    They have all the cartridges for all the printers that we use in the school
    Free delivery on toners
    Loyality points
    You don't pay for cartridges until they are used, meaning if a single model printer breaks you can send the toners in stock back
    Online ordering system, just do a stock check once a month
    They collect used cartridges free of charge
    Faulty cartridges, even if they fail with 5% toner left in it, are collected and replaced with a full one
    If a faulty cartridge damages a printer, they will sort out the printer repairs for you by cleaning or replacing it (This did happen to us once and they sorted it)

    In fact if you go with them, let me know as I get points for referral

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    Thank you Zourous.

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