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What Do You DO With You Used Inkjet Cartridges?

Recycling Inkjet Cartridges

According to the EPA, in 2010 alone, there more than 2 million tons of electronic devices that reached their end of life and were simply trashed. Each year, there are hundreds, thousands, millions of used ink cartridges disposed of.

The consumption of electronic devices has increased which means the increase in disposing of them has increased as well.  Inkjet cartridges are a by-product of electronic devices and they contain metal, plastics, and toxic materials that are filling up our landfills.

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Do You Know As Much About Recycling As You Think You Do?


Are you an informed consumer when it comes to recycling the most common materials? If you’re like most consumers, you probably pay special attention to many of the materials which can be recycled. But then there are the things that are poorly understood and are difficult to recycle, such as ink cartridges, motor oil, rechargeable batteries, and more.  Here, we’re going look at some everyday things that should be a part of your recycling efforts: Cardboard Food Canisters

Potato chips that come in foil and paper packages may be recyclable. Most likely you are just tossing them in the household trash.

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