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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.

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Alexandria Bruce

Allee Bruce is the managing editor of GRAPHICS PRO and WRAPS magazines.

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