Why Recycle?
Recycling is an important way for individuals and businesses to reduce the
waste they generate and reduce the negative impact of that waste. Because recycling is big business in California, every time you recycle, it also supports
the many companies and employees doing this important work.

Recycling conserves natural resources, saves landfill space, conserves energy, and reduces water pollution, air pollution and the green house gas emissions that cause global warming.

Reducing, Reusing, Recycling and buying Recycled products make up a comprehensive waste and resource reduction strategy that benefits our
natural world and our economy.
Did You Know?
  • It takes over 1,000 years for printer cartridges to completely decompose in a landfill.
  • It takes 2 pints of oil to create a new printer cartridge.
  • Approximately 6 printer cartridges are thrown away per second.
  • If you were to take all the printer cartridges that are thrown away and lay them side by side, they would circle the earth 3 times.
  • Most printer cartridges can be remanufactured.
  • Every cartridge that is remanufactured saves nearly 3lbs of solid waste from going into the landfill.
  • Did you know that President George W. Bush proclaimed November 15th as "America Recycles Day". This day is a national campaign to raise awareness about the benefits of recycling and buying products made with recycled materials.
  • Recycling is the environmentally responsible choice to ensure that all empty cartridges are reused, remanufactured or recycled.
Remember the three R’s: REDUCE, REUSE AND RECYCLE your empty cartridges here with Core Recovery Company Today!
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