Ink and Toner Cartridge Recycling
Why we're green:
The finite resources of our planet are being stretched thinner and thinner. We at Erie Ink recognize this fact, and we’re doing our part in our industry by recycling toner cartridges so they don’t end up in landfills. Consider this:
- Toner cartridges take roughly 1,000 years to decompose.
- Over 1 million used cartridges are thrown away each year.
- For every cartridge that is recycled, a half-gallon of oil is conserved.
- China and other Asian countries, where old computers, printers, and toner cartridges have typically been sent for disposal, are tightening restrictions — meaning that they end up in US landfills.
At Erie Ink, we recycle printer cartridges ourselves. Every empty toner cartridge we pick up gets recycled or remanufactured. We even recycle the cardboard boxes they come packaged in!
Keep your costs down by printing in-house with a printer or copier at your commercial location. Erie Ink has put over 10+ years into helping businesses streamline their printing needs with our printer and copier leasing. Our Toledo area clients enjoy the dependable repair, maintenance, and supplies we provide, and our leasing services will put a brand-new machine of your choice in your business space.
There’s no astronomical price tag or waiting for a third-party printer to fill your order. Leasing puts the equipment right in your office with affordable payments and without the burdens of expensive repairs or lost efficiency as your machine ages.
The perks of leasing a printer or copier instead of buying include using a fully functional machine on-site without the downsides of investing in a permanent piece. You don’t have to worry about your equipment getting older and depreciating in value. As equipment ages, the costs of repairs and maintenance can increase. But with a leased machine, you can upgrade to a newer model and avoid the financial drain of failing equipment. The ability to stay current with the latest models of printers and copiers gives businesses an edge in productivity when it comes to high-volume printing. Newer technology comes with newer features at your fingertips.