Money-Saving and Eco-Friendly Choices for Students
Wednesday, August 01, 2012
“With a new school year right around the corner, Cartridge World can help customers save on school purchases,” said Frank Case, President of Cartridge World North America. “College students are eco-friendly role models. They care about the environment and the impact recycling has on the future. Plus, they’re budget conscious. Our products are ideal. In addition to selling remanufactured ink and toner, Cartridge World stores supply new and remanufactured printers at a big discount.”
The average person spends about $600 on ink for the life of each printer. By refilling empty cartridges, consumers can cut their lifetime spending by hundreds to thousands of dollars. At Cartridge World, customers can simply swap their empty ink or toner cartridge for one that has been remanufactured, tested and backed with a 100% satisfaction guarantee.
To boost your savings, participating Cartridge World stores are offering a “Buy Nine Get One Free” ink and toner promotion. The punch card is good all year long, promoting this special 10 percent discount offer.
In addition to saving money, refilling and recycling are environmentally responsible. Currently, 70 percent of empty printer cartridges throughout the world are being discarded. Most people don’t realize that almost all printer cartridges can be refilled or remanufactured many times. Every remanufactured laser cartridge saves nearly 2.5 pounds of metal and plastic waste from being deposited in landfills. As people become aware of their environmental impact, they can rest assured that refilling and recycling their ink and toner cartridges is an easy way to reduce their carbon footprint.