YOUR 10 PLUS INKJETS MUST BE ORIGINAL TOBE RECYCLED.
Sell empty HP62-XL black ink cartridges. Recycle quick payment.* See more: "Recycle HP Ink Cartridges-Prices"
Your used HP-62XL black inkjet cartridges can help earn you cash by selling back for recycling. Reusing and recycling empty inkjets forces the manufacturers to keep their prices "in-check". This "second-hand" reuse of inkcartridges helps the environment, the economy and your own wallet: A "Win-Win"
The ink in an ink cartridge is said to cost more than champaigne! Correctly recycled ink cartridges ensure these small items of plastic are sustainably reused with almost no failure. Correct recycling is not just refilling with the correct formatted ink, but also replacing the control chip and then testing for accurate working of a remade cartridge.
Our environment is being impacted by human activity every day. Ensure, where possible, you recycle your HP62XL black inkjet cartridges here with us.
After your order has been received it takes approx. 3 days to process. We then ask for bank or PayPal to make quick direct payment. Recycle now - Its easy..Important to note the following:
When you post back your jiffy bag or parcel of HP-62XL inkjets for recycling it is advisable you seek a Proof-of-Postage receipt from the Post Office or Royal Mail Depot used. As they say, "There is nothing in life guaranteed except death and taxe's"! This old aexpression applies to Royal Mail 2nd Class Freepost returns service as well.
Also, when packing your inkjets for return, please use an appriopriately sized Jiffy/padded envelope or box. This is because the Royal Mail Freepost service free to customers, is charged to us subject to both the size, as well as the weight of a package.Thank you.
We accept HP-62XL ink cartridges returned as declared, where sufficient packaging has been used, ie. a padded envelope/jiffy bag or box. Certain ink cartridge recyclers mention they use a test system to check all cartridge are reusable. They will then reject some and fail to pay on these. Cartridges do often get damaged, particularly the foil connectors. Ensure you use padded packaging to return and not just a simple envelope as this will be insufficient.