How do I recycle my HP LaserJet printer?
- Recycle in-store. Retailers participating in the free drop-off program for HP and Samsung toner products include Staples, Office Depot, Walmart, and Best Buy.
- 2. Mail in your empties.
- Use recycling toner collection units.
How do I dispose of empty HP printer cartridges? For those who don’t shop much in-store, a much easier way to recycle printer ink cartridges is to pop them in the mail. HP® makes it super simple to do this. Just visit their mail-in recycling page and indicate the number and type of ink product you are returning, as both toner and inkjet products are allowed.
What can I do with old LaserJet cartridges? Drop your inkjet cartridges off at any office supply store, like Staples or Office Depot. Recycle your empty cartridges at designated kiosks at Walmart, Target, and Best Buy. Mail your empty ink cartridges back to the original manufacturer. Recycle with a third-party recycling facility.
Are HP printheads recyclable? HP uses state-of-the-art recycling facilities to process each return through a multi-phase recycling process. No HP print cartridges returned and recycled through Planet Partners are sent to landfill. Products are sorted and shredded, then separated into plastics and metals.