Canon's recycling programs, please call 1-800 OK-CANON.
Laser Consumable Return Program
In 1990, Canon became the first company to collect and recycle used copier toner cartridges. With the cooperation of our customers, Canon has collected more than 378,000 tons around the world.
Unlike Canon’s all-in-one cartridges, toner containers are made mainly of plastic material making them suitable for local recycling and local energy recovery in many areas of the country. When local recycling is utilized, the environmental impact associated with the transportation of containers is reduced.
If local recycling or energy recovery is not available in your area, Canon asks that customers in Alaska contact 1-800-OK-CANON for return recycling information.
Large-Format Ink Cartridge Collection Program
To contribute to the goal of zero landfill waste, Canon is introducing a collection and recycling program for Canon large-format ink cartridges. These cartridges are made mainly of plastic material making local recycling and local energy recovery possible. When local recycling is utilized, environmental impacts associated with the transportation of cartridges are reduced.
Canon Virginia, Inc.
Attn: LFP Ink Tank Recycling
120 Enterprise Drive
Newport News, VA 23603
To support local recycling and energy recovery, Canon has engraved a plastic resin code on each cartridge. Canon large-format ink and plastic ink cartridges are safe for local recycling and local energy recovery facilities.
When Canon plastic ink cartridges cannot be recycled locally or sent to a local energy recovery facility, Canon asks that customers ship them to the address above at their expense. Once received by our facility, Canon assumes the responsibility and cost for recycling to keep Canon large-format ink cartridges from going into landfills.
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