Hi, this is Taylor. We're here talking about HP Cartridges and their printers. Today we're going to discuss how to recycle an HP Cartridge. Once you purchase an original HP Cartridge, inside the packaging they'll contain a self-posted envelope, usually green in color. Once you finished using your cartridge, place it in the bag, seal it and place in the mailbox. Now HP loves this because they receive the shells back, rework them and then sell them again. Typically the best thing is to reuse and refill your cartridges, thus, saving the environment and your, your pocket book. Other valuable solutions for your cartridges after you use them, many schools will accept them for credit for your students, which is always excellent. Also, many Red Cross locations will accept your old empty cartridges and they receive money for them; gives it a good contribution to the Red Cross. You can also take it into many of your local office supplies stores as they will take it on credit or give you just a few dollars off towards the purchase of a new HP Cartridge.
I also love that I can print 2.5x’s as many pages with the optional HP high-yield ink cartridges. This means I can keep printing all my planner extras from home and my kids can print drafts and papers and homework and essays until their hearts are content. Plus I can recycle my HP cartridges at no charge to me through HP Planet Partners.