Welcome to The Traidcraft Exchange
Recycling Page

Fighting poverty, helping people and communities to flourish is what Traidcraft has been doing successfully for more than 30 years. In some of the world’s poorest countries, we’re helping small-scale farmers and artisans use their skill, enterprise and determination to work their way out of poverty and build better futures for themselves, their families and their communities.

In the past year alone we worked on 46 projects in 15 countries which helped over 554,000 people. With half the world’s population still living on less than $2.50 a day and 22,000 children dying needlessly every day as a result of poverty, there is still much work to be done. With your help we can continue to break down the barriers that keep people trapped in poverty.

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.

Recycling in larger 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 that your cartridges are accepted on the scheme.  If you have any questions about whether or not your items are eligible, please email The Recycling Factory Team at info@trf-uk.com.

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