Welcome to the Rabbit Welfare Fund’s
Recycling Page

Despite being one of the most popular pets, rabbits are amongst the most neglected, with a huge proportion living out their days confined to a hutch, alone and unable to display their natural behaviours.

Nobody would consider locking a dog or cat in a small box at the end of the garden but because of misconceptions going back to Victorian times; it is all too common with rabbits.

The Rabbit Welfare Fund aims to improve the health and welfare of domestic rabbits through a combination of campaigning, education and the most up to date advice to rabbit owners about what these beautiful, intelligent and sociable creatures need to lead full and contented lives.

We firmly believe that A Hutch is Not Enough – rabbits deserve better!

The recycling scheme is completely free of charge and 100% of the value of all inkjet cartridges successfully recycled will be donated to this charity. There are certain cartridges which are eligible for the charity scheme, so please ensure that you check to see if yours is listed.

If your inkjet cartridge is listed and you would like to send it into us, please click on the freepost downloadable label below and affix to your own packaging. Please note that the freepost weight limit is 1kg; if you have multiple items and think that you may exceed this weight limit, you may have to split them into smaller packages.

Inkjet Cartridges

If you would like to recycle laser toner cartridges, please contact us on 0800 091 0696.

Please download your freepost label here by clicking on the image below.

Interested in recycling in large volumes?
If you are looking to recycle in larger volumes i.e. quantities of 100 or more inkjet cartridges, or quantities of more than 20 laser toner cartridges, you must ensure that you check the lists above to ensure that what you are sending in is accepted on the scheme.  If your items are eligible, please call The Recycling Factory Team on 0800 091 0696 to set up a free recycling account.  Once your account is in place, you will be able to access online instructions on how to package your items and how to arrange a free courier collection.

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