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Office Beaver

Office Beaver (formerly Ink Jungle) raises funds from recycling empty ink cartridges which are returned to them. They can raise an average of £2 per empty ink cartridge returned.

Donate your unwanted ink cartridges today and help our fight against childhood cancer.

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How to recycle

Fill out Office Beaver’s contact form. Include your cartridge numbers (such as HP301) and they will send you their freepost address and/or free charity bags.

Fill out Office Beaver’s contact form

or    
Accepted Cartridges for recycling (new or re-manufactured) PDF

Do not send the following:

Office Beaver do not recycle toner, laser cartridges, compatibles, Kodak or Brother cartridges. Please do not send these as it costs the company, and the charity, money

About Office Beaver

Office Beaver specialises in providing original ink cartridges to students, consumers and small businesses. They believe they sell the cheapest best value ink cartridges on the internet for HP, Canon, Kodak, Epson and Lexmark inkjet printers.  The company provides free UK delivery on all items and offer a next day business day delivery for those who require ink as soon as possible. As well as this they also sell professionally re-manufactured and compatible ink cartridges for those who are on a budget.

Office Beaver started this recycling scheme early in 2011 and with your help have already donated £56,000 towards Children with Cancer UK’s vital work.
Recycle your inkjet cartridges and raise life-saving funds.
www.officebeaver.co.uk

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