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Recycling your empty ink and toner cartridges is as easy as 1, 2, 3 with 123InkFast.

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After you have ordered your recycling supplies please feel free to scroll down to the bottom of this page for some very interesting facts regarding inkjet and toner cartridges.

Step 1: Determine the size of the recycling container you need and order your free, postage paid boxes.

Desktop inkjet container with pre-paid label
Dimensions: 9" x 15" x 9.5" - Holds approximately 35 Inkjet Cartridges

Laser Toner container with pre-paid label
Dimensions: 20" x 20" x 22" - Holds 8-10 Toner Cartridges

Bulk inkjet container with pre-paid label
Dimensions: 20" x 20" x 22" - Holds 8-10 Toner Cartridges

Step 2: Provide your shipping information so that we can send your boxes out.

First Name:
Last Name:
Email Address:
Phone Number:
Zip Code:

Security Check:

Step 3: Fill up your containers and send them back to us.

To help conserve paper, when shipping recyclables to us please do not send
less than 8 toner cartridges and/or 20 inkjet cartridges per Bulk Box.

Every year, approximately 700 million ink and toner cartridges are used in the United States. A little more than half, roughly 375 million end up in landfills or incinerators because they aren't returned for recycling.

375 million cartridges per year equate to the disposal of:

  • 1,000,000 cartridges per day
  • 11 cartridges per second

375 million cartridges put end-to-end would circle the earth over three times.

Additionally, laser toner cartridge that is thrown away adds approximately four pounds of plastic, metal and chemicals to a landfill. As if that wasn't bad enough, the plastics used in printer cartridges are made of an engineering grade polymer that has a very slow decomposition rate – ranging between 450 to 1,000 years, depending on the cartridge type.

While inkjet cartridges are smaller, they still take up space in landfills and also pose a threat to the environment because they may leak printer ink.