Month: February 2017
Have you ever wondered how long you can store your ink cartridges?
Periodically we get emails from customers requesting information on how they should properly store their inkjet cartridges. Generally, the fresher the cartridge — the better, but they can also be kept for a while if stored correctly
Soï¿½ How long will an inkjet cartridge last if it is stored correctly?
Let’s start with new compatible inkjet cartridges. New compatible cartridges are new cartridges that are manufactured by a company other than the original equipment manufacturer (OEM).
Recycling empty inkjet cartridges is an easy way for anybody to help to reduce the strain on our environment.
Here are the top 5 biggest reasons to recycle your empty inkjet cartridges.
First of all, each cartridge that is recycled saves almost 3 pounds of natural resources associated with the production of a new cartridge.
Second, each inkjet cartridge that is recycled also saves an average of 3.5 ounces of oil. With the worldwide demand for oil on the rise and supplies shrinking, a little effort can make a significant impact over time.
The other day I got an email from a friend saying he was in the market for an new inkjet printer.
He already had an older HP printer, but says it wouldn’t work correctly in Windows 2000 or XP (He has Win2K). Furthermore, HP says they won’t even support the printer anymore, even though he offered to pay them for it. Consequently, he’s forced to buy a new printer because of it. He wanted to know if I could recommend any.