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LexJet Announces Ink Cartridge Recycling Program

Through the program, PSPs using wide- and small-format OEM inks can recycle their cartridges

LexJet Ink Cartridge Recycling Program

LexJet, an S-One Holdings company headquartered in Sarasota, Florida, announces its new ink cartridge recycling program. In three steps, print service providers (PSPs) using wide- and small-format OEM inks can recycle their cartridges with ease.

Anyone interested in participating in the program can visit LexJet’s resource page and follow these three steps:

  1. Fill out the information
  2. Download the prepaid labels
  3. Schedule a UPS pickup

Printers can make arrangements for pallet shipping for more than 100 cartridges — there is a 20 lb. minimum. All OEM brands and sizes are accepted, from wide-format to desktop. The only types not currently accepted at this time are toner tubes and toner bottles.

According to A Greener Refill, more than 375 million cartridges are discarded every year. With this new program, LexJet offers an environmentally responsible way to recycle empty cartridges.

Find a list of eligible items here.

Alexandria Bruce

Alexandria Bruce is the editor of the GRAPHICS PRO Daily, covering news and guidance in apparel decoration, awards and engraving, and sign and digital printing.

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