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Printer Cartridge Recycling Made Easy

Close the Loop is the World's largest recycling and resource recovery company for imaging consumables.

Recycling the major brands of inkjet or laser printer cartridges, toner bottles, drum units or fuser kits, from printers, photocopiers or fax machines, we offer an end of life solution tailored to your needs.

Recycled products

To help us fulfil our Zero Waste to Landfill promise, we've developed a range of innovative, quality products made with the materials recovered during printer cartridge recycling.

Learn More About Our Recycling

Did you know that each year Close the Loop diverts an estimated 18 Million pounds of printing consumables from landfill?

Want to know more about how we recycle printer cartridges or what happens to the materials we recover? Did you know that recycling reduces carbon emissions? Or that products can be designed with recycling in mind? Find out more in our Learning Center

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Toshiba Recycles Nearly 200 Tons of e-Waste in 2015

Toshiba Recycles Nearly 200 Tons of e-Waste in 2015

Company Has Recycled 712 Tons of Toner Consumables Since 2008 IRVINE, Calif. (April 20, 2016) — To underscore its continuing commitment to create...
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‘Greener’ asphalt, made using printer cartridges, trialled in Canberra – by Adrienne Francis

‘Greener’ asphalt, made using printer cartridges, trialled in Canberra – by Adrienne Francis

PHOTO: The mix is comprised of recycled asphalt and toner from printer cartridges. (ABC News: Ian Cutmore) A new type of low-carbon-emission asphalt,...
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Recycled printer toner to be used in new road surface in Canberra – written by Katie Burgess

Recycled printer toner to be used in new road surface in Canberra – written by Katie Burgess

Roads ACT is trialing a carbon-reduced asphalt mix, using recycled toner cartridge powder. Photo: Graham Tidy Recycled printer toner powder will be trialled...