Choose U.S. Remanufactured Ink Cartridges
, by Planet Green, 3 min reading time
, by Planet Green, 3 min reading time
Planet Green Recycle is located in Chatsworth, CA. At Planet Green Recycle, every cartridge received is inspected for quality assurance; thoroughly cleaned, reassembled with precision to the original OEM specifications, filled and tested before being packaged for reuse. User satisfaction is 100% guaranteed without question.
While the numbers may seem unbelievable; since the 1950’s, it is estimated that more than 8.3 billion tons of plastic has been created in the world. That’s more than 800,000 Eiffel Towers! What’s more astounding is that only 9% of that plastic is recycled globally. The rest is found in a combination of landfills, on beaches and in oceans and littered throughout our precious natural resources.
Of that waste, 375 million empty ink and toner cartridges are discarded annually into landfills, seeping harsh toxic chemicals into the earth and groundwater, literally devastating the environment. That’s upwards of 11 cartridges per second – a million per day! This doesn’t have to happen.
These plastics don’t break down or change their make-up for thousands of years when discarded into the environment. Most empty OEM cartridges can be remanufactured to the same specifications to be reused. What’s better for the end user is that it costs literally nothing more than a couple minutes to become part of the solution. Planet Green Recycle covers the cost of sending empty ink cartridges to their location and each cartridge is remanufactured in the United States and made available for purchase as a low cost alternative to OEM name brand cartridges– and they are literally the same cartridge, without the waste and damage to the planet.
Now here is an important note to take into consideration. Countries like China have a manufacturing economy based on creating and distributing single use products. Often, these products are created just close enough to the original manufacturers specifications that they might work in your printer, though they might not. These aftermarket knockoffs have the potential to leak or simply not work at all – you won’t know until you have them in your hands and then it’s your problem. What’s worse is that these import cartridges are designed to be single-use. They cannot be remanufactured – they simply get thrown away and add to the damage being done to the planet. Don’t be fooled by their lower prices, the cost of using them has a long-term negative effect on the environment. They are a one and done product, help reduce plastic waste not add to it by purchasing U.S. remanufactured ink cartridges.
Planet Green Recycle's DoorStepInk Brand, every cartridge received is inspected for quality assurance; thoroughly cleaned, reassembled with precision to the original OEM specifications, filled and tested before being packaged for reuse. User satisfaction is 100% guaranteed without question. This is why Planet Green leads the industry in remanufacturing of ink cartridges.
Planet Green Recycle does more than just give you a free shipping label to mail your cartridges. At Planet Green Recycle, you can raise funds for your organization by having everyone in your network recycle their used ink cartridges from their own home or office using
Visit Planet Green Recycle and fill out the simple sign-up form to establish your account. You’ll be given a Unique Program ID Number that you can share with everyone in your network. When they log in to print their shipping label, they use that Unique Program ID Number and your organization is paid for simply recycling and reducing waste. Are you ready to send your emptied or expired ink cartridges, simply click the link below to learn how.
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