FREEPOST LABEL ISSUED FOR 10 SAME/VARIOUS ORIGINAL INKJETS TO RECYCLE.
Sell your used used HP-305XL black inkjets easy online. Cash for empty inkjets* See more: "Recycle HP Ink Cartridges-Prices"
Your spent HP305XL inkjets can earn you extra cash, simply by ecycling them with us. Sell them here on our site to be recycled which also makes the original manufacturer's keep their prices "realistic"! This reuse of second-hand ink cartridges helps not just the environment, which we all need to do more in helping, but also the pounds and pennies in your pocket: A "Win-Win"!
Apparently, ink in an ink cartridge is even more expensive than champaigne! A correctly refilled & recycled empty HP305XL black ink cartridge recreates a highly reusable consumable product with virtually no failure, for continued sustainability. Accurate processing for recycling involves, not merely refilling an empty cartridge with the right formulated ink, but replacing the control chip as well, to ensure accurate working of a recharged unit.
The environment is being impacted on every single day by human activity. Ensure, that when and wherever possible, you make sure you return old HP305 inkjet cartridges to recycle: You can do this online with us here right now, for cash.
Once you have entered your order and sent it using the Freepost service label provided, it takes approx. 3 days before we make direct electronic payment. After we have asked for bank or PayPal and payment has been made, your account details are deleted, and never kept. Recycle now - Its safe & easy..IPlease note the following before posting::
When you post a jiffy bag or parcel of HP305XL inkjet cartridges, or other inkjet to recycle, ensure you obtain Proof of Postage from your Post Office counter. This is because the Freepost service is non-guaranteed, indeed, "Nothing in life is guaranteed apart from death and taxe's", as the old saying goes!
We accept HP305XL black ink cartridges as declared in your online seller entry. You must, however, package them in go to great lengths to point out that they use an electronic test machine to check for damaged cartridges. They then reject these and will not pay out on them.To avoid this, please ensure you use sufficiently protective packaging, and not a simple paper envelope which will almost certainly tear open, causing possible loss of some cartridges.