Large and small businesses burn through toner cartridges at an amazing rate. American consumers buy about 70 million toner cartridges every year. Despite their unremarkable appearance, cartridges consume a lot of raw materials.

On average, it takes around 3.5 quarts of oil to make just one new toner cartridge. If these cartridges are thrown away, the raw material is lost forever, and virgin oil has to be used to fulfill demand and produce more cartridges.


Did you know?

Printer toner has been around since 1969. The first laser printer for commercial use appeared in 1976, and the first mass-market laser printer bumped off the dot-matrix printer in 1984.

Empty cartridges, endless possibilities! Let's print a greener future, one cartridge at a time.

Discover the hidden potential in your used toner cartridges! Weighing in at around 3 pounds, with half plastic and half metal

Each cartridge takes a staggering 1000 years to decompose. That's longer than most civilizations have existed!

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A new cartridge is equivalent to consuming 3.5 quarts of oil, enough fuel to power a car for approximately 20 miles!

Up to 98% of toner cartridges can be recycled, minimizing waste and maximizing environmental benefits

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