Solely as a service to the public and Florida businesses, the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) maintains the following list of companies and organizations that provide various recycling services. The information was voluntarily supplied by the services providers and is not necessarily a complete list of available services, and a company's absence from the list does not imply prejudice or impropriety. DEP does not endorse specific equipment or companies. DEP, by providing this list, does not imply that the companies are in compliance with applicable laws. Users of this list are responsible for ensuring that products, equipment or services comply with the requirements of local, state and federal law. DEP cautions users to personally evaluate the services and compliance status of any company they use. This list is updated periodically and subject to change without notice. DEP welcomes information from companies that wish to have their products or services listed.
Printers and Toner Cartridges
Most manufacturers will buy cartridges back directly. Inquire about this service through your equipment vendor.
Local company will collect empty cartridges of all types and will donate the monies to a charity or school of your choice. E-Mail TallalaserIJCS@aol.com or call 850-508-9899 or 850-933-3720 for information. Ask for Donnie Vause.
Cartridges for Kids is a recycling program that pays schools and nonprofit organizations cash for empty laser and inkjet cartridges, used cell phones, laptops, PDAs and iPods.
HP Planet Partners return and recycling program enables simple, convenient recycling of original HP inkjet and LaserJet supplies and any brand of computer hardware.
Cartridge World recycles ink and toner cartridges for a greener world. Get tips for starting your own recycling plan and competitive reimbursement.
Recycle4Charity can help you recycle empty or full surplus ink and laser toner cartridges plus cell phones to benefit charities. Enroll to help schools, groups and organizations collect used cartridges for fundraising or simply donate your items. Contact 800-588-7960 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
EnviroSmart provides businesses and nonprofit, educational and charity organizations with fundraising opportunities by collecting inkjet and laser cartridges and cell phones. Visit link above or call 804-272-3281.
Inkpal encourages users to recycle used printer cartridges. Visit link or call 1-877-464-6572.
eCycle Group helps schools, churches, youth groups, businesses and individuals earn extra cash by recycling empty inkjet, laser, toner and fax cartridges, as well as cell phones. Visit link or call 800-416-5251.
PC Scavengers Inc. recycles printer cartridges, computers and cell phones to benefit breast cancer research and educational support programs. Yearly fundraisers are available for schools, churches and nonprofits. Collection provided free of charge. Maurice LeCointe, 800-543-4412, ext. 78710, or email email@example.com.
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