Resource Conservation

A typical used toner cartridge consists of 40% plastic and 40% metal with the remaining 20% made up of foam, rubber, paper and left over toner. Approximately 97% of this material is reused in a remanufactured cartridge. Accordingly, using remanufactured toner cartridges reduces pollution and waste by minimizing the amount of materials, such as plastic, steel, aluminum, and rubber, disposed of in landfills. It also
conserves natural resources by eliminating the need for virgin materials used to make new cartridges.

Energy Conservation

Using remanufactured toner cartridges also saves energy. Approximately 3 quarts of oil are burned in the production of a single new toner cartridge. A used toner cartridge can be remanufactured up to five times, depending on its type and condition, thus potentially saving up to 15 quarts of fuel.
While there is energy consumed in the transportation of empty cartridges, it is far less than what is used to make a new cartridge.

Cost Savings

Printer manufacturers are known to charge very high prices for new cartridges. They make a lot of money on these “consumables”. Remanufactured cartridges are less costly than newly manufactured cartridges, offering a savings to consumers of up to 50% less than the cost of new. Hence, you save lot of money on printing while maintaining the same standard of the print when you buy remanufactured Ink/Toner cartridges.

Reduce Land Fill Needs

Every time a cartridge is remanufactured or recycled (after the cartridge is beyond useful life for remanufacturing), there is a reduction in the demand for land fill space. The plastic in a toner cartridge takes at least 1,000 years to decompose.

Quality Oriented

Remanufactured Toner cartridges promise to maintain the standard of printing. These are of the best quality, built to the highest standards. The printing quality of these cartridges sets a standard. Remanufactured cartridges come with warranty and 100% satisfaction guarantee. These never damage your printers as they become compatible to your printers when they pass various tests before they are sold to end consumers.

Environment Friendly

Remanufactured Toner Cartridges are recycled cartridges made from reusing the original ones. Remanufacturing is the process of renovating used products in order to make them equal in quality as per the original ones. Remanufacturing Toner cartridge puts less pressure on the environment than turning parts back into raw materials for input into the manufacturing system or reusing parts in other products. By purchasing a remanufactured Toner cartridge, you save the environment from the long-lasting, non-decaying materials from which plastic toner cartridges are made.

Readily Available

Today, compatible, remanufactured Toner cartridges are readily available with almost all the companies. You name the company and they have it for you. HP, Dell, Lexmark, Canon, Brother, NEC... all these companies have various ranges in remanufactured Toner cartridges. As the demand for these is increasing day-by-day, companies have started to produce them in big numbers.

Same Printer Life

Remanufactured toner cartridges should not damage the copy machine or printer. Printer damage resulting from a defective toner cartridge is rare and usually very minor. A properly remanufactured cartridge is no more likely to cause damage to a machine than a new cartridge. Additionally, antitrust legislation prohibits copier and printer manufacturers from voiding their warranties when remanufactured toner cartridges are used in their machines.

back to top