If you have recently joined a toner cartridge recycling program, then congratulations! It is a great achievement, so you should be proud that you are willing to put forth that extra effort to help the environment and your fellow consumer. Once you begin your gathering process, you may find that it is actually difficult to gain access to many toner cartridges. In order to meet the goal that you set out for yourself, it is necessary for you to visit various locations to get the most out of your recycling effort.
One such location that you could visit would be a government building or law office. A law office or government building is ideal because they consume incredible amounts of toner because they print thousands of pages each day. Simply put, if you do not visit one of these organizations, then you will not be able to meet your demand unless you find another suitable alternative.
If you cannot find any cartridges at the aforementioned locations, then you could visit a school or large office building downtown. Schools typically use hundreds of cartridges per year due to the high volume of printing. If you were able to negotiate a deal between you and the school, then you could potentially garner a constant flow of cartridges on a weekly basis. If that does not work out, then you could try some successful companies in the downtown area. Some of these organizations must print thousands of pages per day in order to compile sales materials for their prospective clients.
If you can gain access to these cartridges, then that is another source to utilize. One final cartridge source would be a library, either a public or school library. For many of the same reasons discussed earlier, the printer output is high in these locations, so there should be plenty of cartridges available. All of these organizations should use brand name products, so this guarantees that a majority should be accepted.