Customer Feedback Form Cartridge Collection Form
Infotone

Stop! don’t throw your empty or unwanted cartridges in the bin! We’ll come and collect them for FREE! Recycling your empty or surplus printer cartridges just got a whole lot easier.

 

Got some empty or unopened cartridges cluttering up your office? Relax all you need to do is follow these 3 simple steps

  1. Click the cartridge collection form on the right,
  2. Fill out the simple form.
  3. Hit the submit button.

Our recycling team will be in touch to confirm the collection of your cartridges.

Here are five frequently asked questions,


Q1, “How many cartridges do I need to have?”
A, We ask for you to have a minimum of 5, on some types of cartridge the minimum is 10 but you can have a mix of different types and makes.

Q2, “How much are my cartridges worth?”
A, Payments can be up to €4 each, depending on a number of factors such, as condition, type and age.

Q3, “What about a waste transfer note for my records”
A, Infotone is a licenced waste carrier, A waste transfer note is issued to you when we check your collection into our warehouse.

Q 4,“What do you do with them?”
A, Infotone is a remanufacturer of printer cartridges; we need your cartridges to make into new ones.

Q5, “How much does this cost me?”
A, Nothing. The collection service is completely free of charge, and you don’t even have to be a customer.

 

Find out more about how the recycling of empty printer cartridges supports the Crumlin Children's Hospital here: http://bit.ly/CallingAllBusinesses

 

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 CMRF Crumlin 2016

Go on, fill out the form and let us take care of all the details.

Cartridge Collection Form

Managing Director Jamie Hughes proudly donating €1000 to Gerry Cully of the Crumlin Children’s Hospital Foundation

Managing Director Jamie Hughes proudly donating €1000 to Gerry Cully of the Crumlin Children’s Hospital Foundation

Managing Director Jamie Hughes presenting €2000 to Sarah Joyce (head of corporate partnerships)