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Ink Cartridge Recyclers

 The following school accepts ink cartridges for donation. Please call before dropping off your cartridges.

School Street Address Contact Program Description
St. Theresa's 8311 Kaumuali'i Hwy.


Accepts small ink jet cartridges for recycling.


Free Ink and Toner Recycling Programs

Hopaco - OfficeMax accepts Ink and/or Toner for recycling.  Use their free mail back shipping labels or drop off in person at store.  All brands accepted, no quantity limits and it doesn't matter where you purchased your items.  

Visit and print out FREE shipping labels.  Box up the Ink and/or Toner and use a free shipping label.

Or bring you Ink and/or Toner to Hopaco-OfficeMax 3145 Oihana Street in Lihue.  
Hours are Monday - Friday 7:30 am to 5 pm and Saturday 8 am to 3 pm.

Hewlett-Packard as part of their producer responsibility has... 

Great news!

Xerox now takes back used original HP equipment supply cartridges. If you have used cartridges for the following HP models, please send them back to Xerox: HP Color LaserJet CP2025, CM2320, CP3525, CP4525 as well as the HP LaserJet 4250, 4200, and 1010. Find your item in the “select your product” drop down menu to generate a single return label or return your item using the Xerox Eco Box or Pallet Return Processes. 

Obtain FREE shipping labels or pre-paid Xerox Eco Boxes at


Ink will send you a shipping return label if you have a minumin of 8 empty cartridges.  Complete the online form at to recycle your ink cartridges by mail.  Tell them the product number, or printer model and catridge color.


Ink and Toner cartridges when empty are sent for remanufacture, the cartridges are disassembled and inspected.  Worn components are replaced, and the cartridges are reassembled, filled, and inspected just as they were when first manufactured. 

Printer cartridge recycling saves the remanufacturer money because only the components subject to wear and tear get replaced with new parts; the main body of the cartridge can be reused multiple times.