Remanufactured Toner Information
All of our toner products are manufactured by a leading R2 certified company, with each cartridge designed to meet OEM specifications and exceed OEM performance.
Unlike many remanufactured and refilled toner cartridges, our products are assembled and tested right here in the USA. Each and every cartridge must pass a full battery of tests to evaluate its life/yield, compatibility with OEM products and overall performance under a wide variety of environmental and machine usage conditions.
Greenway backs its products with exceptional warranties, because we know that our products are of superior quality than other cheap alternatives.
- A properly remanufactured cartridge is no more likely to cause damage to a machine than a new cartridge.
- Antitrust legislation prohibits copier and printer manufacturers from voiding their warranties when remanufactured toner cartridges are used in their machines.
- Remanufactured toner cartridges save money. Typically, remanufactured cartridges cost 30% to 60% less on a per copy basis than non-remanufactured cartridges.
- 60% to 80% percent of used toner cartridges go directly into trash cans and end up in landfill.
- The typical used toner cartridge weighs about 3 pounds.
- A typical toner cartridge is 40% plastic, 40% metal, and smaller percentages of rubber, paper, foam, and toner.
- The plastic is made of engineering-grade polymers and takes at least 1,000 years to decompose.
- Approximately 97% of toner cartridge components can be recycled and reused.
- Using remanufactured toner cartridges reduces pollution and waste by minimizing the amount of materials, such as plastic, steel, aluminum, and rubber, disposed of in landfills.
- For each pound of new material used in remanufacturing, 5 to 9 pounds of natural materials are conserved.
- Approximately 3 quarts of oil are burned in the production of a single new toner cartridge.
- A used toner cartridge can be remanufactured up to four times, saving up to 12 quarts of fuel.