Electronic Business Machines understands the need to protect our environment and recycle where possible. As such, we would like to outline a few different options below if you would like to recycle your toner instead of disposing of them in the trash.
- In 1990, Canon became one of the first companies to collect and recycle used copier toner cartridges. With the cooperation of our customers, Canon has collected more than 266,000 tons around the world.
- Returned cartridges are sorted and put through the recycling and energy recovery process, producing plastics, metals and reconditioned parts that can be used in the manufacture of new cartridges and other products.
- At Sharp Electronics Corporation, we are proud of our efforts to collect and recycle items at the end of their lifecycle. Our goal is to help the environment by recycling items at our various facilities, and increase our recycling efforts in order to help better the future for all. That is a goal we fully embrace.
- Sharp Electronics Corporation’s efforts, through July 2010, resulted in over 8.8 million pound of material recycled. Of the 8.8 million pounds, 2.8 million pounds were voluntary.
- Eco-Smart Supplies offers free UPS return labels for all empty toner cartridges.
- Eco-Smart Supplies offers free recycling boxes for toner, fusers, drums and cell phones, see the bottom of the page for box details.
- In 2008, Staples recycled more than 22 million cartridges in the U.S. through our various ink and toner cartridge recycling programs. Retail customers can recycle any ink or toner cartridge, up to 10 per calendar month per customer, and receive $2 back in Staples Rewards per cartridge.
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