LAS VEGAS, NV -- (Marketwired) -- 04/23/13 -- 247inktoner, online supplier of printer ink and toner, has announced the development of a new program that allows customers to mail in their spent toner cartridges to the company for recycling, adding one more layer of customer convenience and extending its efforts to incorporate environmentally friendly business practices.
247inktoner is an online company but that doesn't mean that it cannot provide customers the same degree of service as the larger box stores, many of whom also recycle spent cartridges. The company has added a new feature to its website that allows customers to submit a request to recycle old toner cartridges. Once a request has been submitted 247inktoner clients will be mailed a free shipping label to be used to return spent cartridges back to the company for recycling.
The program, says company owner Calvin Yu, is part of 247inktoner's ongoing efforts to better serve its clients while also helping to reduce the number of toner cartridges that pile-up in area landfills. Customers with a minimum of eight cartridges may contact the company and receive their prepaid shipping label at no additional charge.
"We feel very good about providing our clients with a convenient and totally cost free process to recycle their toner cartridges," said Yu. "We hope that they also feel good about having a much better option for disposing of these used items."
247inktoner carries a full line of genuine OEM and premium compatible laser toner cartridges, ink sticks and ink cartridges for all major brands of printing devices. However, its compatible products help customers enjoy savings of as much as 80% off the price of equivalent original manufacturer (OEM) products, while still producing premium print quality and page yield. Now, 247inktoner clients may also feel good about disposing of their spent cartridges in a cost-free, environmentally friendly way.
After a toner cartridge has run dry, it will more often than not end up in a landfill were it will stay and become part of the environment for as long as it takes for its plastic components to breakdown; often tens of hundreds of years. The 247inktoner program makes it easy, convenient, and totally cost free to recycle toner cartridges and to help the environment at the same time.
And, because 247inktoner recycling program operates on a 24/7 basis, including holidays, anyone can order ink and toner cartridges and request recycling labels from the 247inktoner.com website right from their computer or smart phone. So, while 247inktoner clients save money on new ink, the company also makes it more convenient than ever for its customers to ensure that these non-biodegradable products don't become a permanent part of the landscape.
"We're very excited to offer this service to our clients, and to do our part to keep these old cartridges out of the landfills and into recycling centers where they can be transformed into useful products rather than adding to the pollution problem," said Yu.
About 247inktoner: 247inktoner is a leading online supplier of genuine OEM and premium compatible laser toner cartridges, ink sticks and ink cartridges for all major brands of printing devices, open seven days a week, 365 days a year including holidays. Its mission is to get the right ink and toner for their clients at the best possible prices. Customers may save as much as 80 percent off what they would have paid for original manufacturers products, while still providing the same premium print quality and page yield. All 247inktoner products are stocked in a 25,000 square foot warehouse, shipped the same day they are ordered and are delivered backed by a 100 percent satisfaction guarantee and a one-year warranty.
For more information visit the 247inktoner website or call 800-866-8022.
Email: Email Contact
Address: 848 N. Rainbow Blvd. #1901
Las Vegas, NV 89107
Phone Number: 800-866-8022
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