Argh!

Jan. 12th, 2010 02:34 pm
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sometimes websites are not helpful

Does anyone in the Cambridge (US! not UK!) area know if Microcenter has a recycling spot for toner cartridges? In fact ANY suggestion that you know for sure I can just drop the damn thing and walk would be helpful. Any recycling program in a store?

I bought my last cart from them, recycled and refirbed, and I need to get rid of the old one. I'd RATHER take it to them, as their price was hella lower than anyone elses and I'd be going back there for another new/used one. But can't seem to find any info for sure one way or another.

Maybe I should just take it to a local place that has sprung up that deals ONLY with printer carts, except I'm not prepared to buy a new one right now and just want to drop this off for recycling.

(This is my tiny laser printer that I bought for $30 off Craiglist. The new/used cart was over $50. Yes I realize I could have bought a new printer. I LIKE my printer, so the new/used cart is worth it. But I'm not ready to spring for a new/used cart yet. $50!)
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