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It’s a rare person who doesn’t want to help the environment. If you use a laser printer or know someone who does, read on to find out why re-manufactured laser toner cartridges are a great way to help keep the UK green.

Non-Biodegradable Plastics Are a Significant Problem

Toner cartridges are made mostly of plastic. With the millions of cartridges manufactured every year, that means tons of non-biodegradable plastics are added to landfills. But if the plastic in those cartridges was recycled, that would mean less waste in our overloaded landfills. Also, the recycling process is likely to be less expensive than manufacturing all that plastic from scratch. In fact, many toner cartridges can be refilled over and over.

There’s a Lot at Stake

Did you know that it takes a single laser printer toner cartridge over 450 years to decompose in a landfill? And it’s a staggering reality that more than 300 million cartridges are discarded annually. Doesn’t it make sense, then, to refill and reuse our existing toner than to manufacture new ones?

Re-Manufactured Cartridges are Safe to Use

In the early days of refilled and reused ink cartridges, imperfect refilling and refurbishing processes led to poor quality products. These inferior products, in turn, led to damage and even destruction of expensive laser printer devices. Today, with refined and improved processes and quality control, the quality of re-manufactured toner ink cartridges is as good as or better than the OEM (original equipment manufacturer) cartridges that ship with new printers. Gone are the days when printer manufacturers were able to void printer warranties if OEM printer toner cartridges were not used. Today’s re-manufactured cartridges undergo equally strict quality control. An added bonus is that re-manufactured cartridges can be as much as 70% cheaper than their OEM counterparts.

More Advantages of Using Re-Manufactured Laser Toner Cartridges

Re-manufactured laser printer cartridges save energy, too. It’s estimated that about 3 quarts of oil are required to produce a single brand-new cartridge, so reusing cartridges helps conserve fossil fuels. Finally, the re-manufacturing process creates jobs. As more and more people discover the benefits of recycling ink toner cartridges, the increased demand leads to job creation.

Millions of laser toner cartridges find their way into UK landfills every year. It’s much sounder practice to recycle and reuse these cartridges to protect the environment and save money.

Shawn Lead has been working in the printer and ink industry for over 6 years. Shawn is presently working with TONIK – a mass provider of Inks and Toners. Tonik has been selling inkjet cartridges and toner cartridges since 2001. Tonik also offers an unconditional guarantee on its Tonik brand of compatible ink cartridges, as well as selling original manufacturer product for all leading ink and toner printers at low prices.