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InkCycle Announces A Bigger, Better Way to Sell Your Empty Inkjet and Toner Cartridges.
InkCycle’s latest dealer-focused “Tool For Traction” is a robust version of their previous Waste Recovery Program (WRP).
LENEXA, Kansas,August 2013 — InkCycle has announced their latest “Tool For Traction” known as ReCore: The Recovery Company. ReCore encourages InkCycle’s dealers to return their recyclable cartridges directly to the remanufacturer and get paid top dollar for them.
Chad Seal, ReCore Business Manager, said, "Our Waste Recovery Program (WRP) is now ReCore. ReCore's website is quick and easy to use. We offer great prices on our buy back list, and of course, we cover shipping. It's a great program that gets empty cartridges out of our dealers' warehouses and their customers' office building, and brings them back to us to recycle them. It's a good thing for our dealers and the environment."
Once registered, dealers have access to the buy back list as well as other ReCore Resources including tips on how to receive top dollar for your empty cartridges. The website also allows dealers to request a pick up or order shipping labels to return their empty cartridges at no cost.
To find out more about working with ReCore through your dealership, or to register at the ReCore website simply contact us at http://www.recovermyempties.com, (800) 494-9100 or email [email protected].
InkCycle is an award-winning company that specializes in remanufacturing inkjet and toner cartridges. InkCycle operates out of 2 locations in the Kansas City area and employs more than 300 people. InkCycle specializes in providing premium quality aftermarket cartridges through both national retailers and office products dealer distribution channels.
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