Recycle Your Cartridges & Mobiles

Reduce your carbon footprint, and help prevent malaria!

Help Fight Malaria

Your used ink and toner cartridges could raise up to £2.75 each, and phones and unused cartridges up to £50, for the Against Malaria Foundation.

They save lives by distributing anti-mosquito nets to prevent the spread of malaria.

Over £60,000 has been raised for our partner charities (past and present) thanks to your generosity. Read more about their work.

Free and Easy

Printable Freepost labels for ink cartridges, and free collections or local drop-offs for toners.

Reduced CO2 Footprint

Recycling saves up to 2.5kg in CO2 — otherwise cartridges take 100s of years to decompose in landfill.

Recycle Any Cartridge

Even if your cartridges aren't eligible, we'll show you other recycling options.

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More about Cartridges4Charity

Since 2003 Cartridges4Charity has been helping consumers and businesses to recycle used inkjet and empty laser cartridges, full cartridges and mobile phones to reduce your carbon footprint, and help raise funds and awareness for effective charities.

Printing has significant costs on our environment — over 75% of our cartridges end up in landfill where they take thousands of years to decompose, so we encourage reuse or recycling of cartridges. Refilling cartridges reduces your carbon footprint, as up to 2.5kg of CO2 is saved each time a cartridge is refilled and reused compared to buying a new one.

And it needn't cost you the earth — all our services are free, and straightforward to use. So we'll offer you a Freepost address, a collection, or a local drop-off site for your items if we can reuse your items. If we can't accept your cartridges, we can point you in a useful direction so you can recycle them elsewhere.

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  Totals for September 2016

  1,161 mosquito nets distributed in Togo

  1,375 cartridges reused

  1,503kg of CO2 saved