Do you have any empty ink cartridges at home or in the workplace? You can recycle them with Recycle Ink Cartridges and they will donate funds towards Candlelighters!  Recycle Ink Cartridges accept most ink cartridges and a full list can be found HERE!

Why should you Recycle Ink Cartridges?
Ink cartridges contain harmful chemicals and plastics, some of which can take up to 1000 years to decompose. Out of 65 million cartridges that are produced in the UK every year, only 15% are actually reused or recycled!

So why don’t you recycle your old cartridges today, join the Candlelighters GREEN TEAM and earn donations for Candlelighters!

You can bring empty cartridges to The Square or arrange a free collection on the website HERE!

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