[nSLUG] What to do with toner cartridges?
Daniel AJ Sokolov
daniel at falco.ca
Sun Jan 18 01:40:41 AST 2015
Thank you, Frank. I found this on their website:
"Getting your empty toner cartridges back helps us reduce the cost of
toner cartridges for our customers. If you are not currently a client of
ours, but have toner cartridges you wish to dispose of, we can pick them
up free of charge.
Occasionally, We Will Offer a Nominal Fee For Empty Cartridges
Occasionally, during periods of low supply, we will offer a nominal fee
for empty cartridges that you may inquire about."
On 17.01.2015 23:29, Frank Geitzler wrote:
> On Sat, 2015-01-17 at 21:08 -0400, Daniel AJ Sokolov wrote:
>> what do you guys do with empty laser toner cartridges?
>> I hear they have residual value, that some traders buy and refill them,
>> but maybe that is only for larger quantities? I only have 2. :-)
> I looked in the black (not yellow pages) phone book for a name I
> remembered from many years ago: Ribbons Recycled (81-H Wright Ave.
> Dartmouth, phone-902-468-5622). They used to recycle printer ribbons,
> back in the days when impact printers and typewriters actually used
> inked ribbons. Since that market is very limited now, I think they
> might have updated their business, if not their name.
> In the yellow pages of the same phone book, under Computer Supplies &
> Accessories, are six companies listed. One name is specific to your
> question -Maritime Toner Products Inc. HRM -Waverley 902-860-0403. They
> may be able to help you, or point you in the right direction. If not,
> if you need them, drop me a note and I will give you the names and
> numbers of the other five companies under that listing.
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