Process & Quality

There are two primary methods of producing a recycled cartridge.

  1. Drill and Fill – Here a hole is drilled into the toner hopper and then new toner is added. Finally the hole is sealed and the cartridge is “ready” to be sold.
  2. Remanufacture – Here the cartridge is disassembled and cleaned. The various components are inspected and worn or damaged parts are replaced. The cartridge is then reassembled and filled with new toner. Finally, each remanufactured cartridge is tested to assure it is functioning like new.

EcoPrint Technologies is committed to providing Remanufactured toner cartridges that are as good as ew cartridges — at a lower cost with less waste. The EcoPrint portfolio of laser printer and fax toner cartridges meets stringent quality requirements and is good for the environment.

EcoPrint Technologies is dedicated to applying outstanding environmental stewardship and reducing impacts on the Earth wherever possible.

Our remanufactured toner cartridges match Original Manufacturer quality standards. Each cartridge contains a new drum, new toner, reconditioned or replaced parts and a recycled plastic shell. The Remanufacturing process allows EcoPrint Technologies to deliver a high performance product at a lower cost with less waste.

The Remanufacturing process starts with a complete disassembly, cleaning and part-by-part inspection of each component. Damaged or worn components are replaced and then the cartridge is reassembled, ready for filling with brand new toner. The exact type of toner that is used is selected based on the engine type, since many Global companies are involved in the manufacture of toner powder as per different models of Printer engines.