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Monday, October 26, 2009

Cartridges for a Cure

Do you have unwanted empty toner or printer cartridges? Don’t throw them away, donate them to Cartridges For A Cure to help find a cure for childhood cancers for the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center. The project serves the community on two fronts because it not only raises money for cancer research but also protects the environment by keeping thousands of used printer cartridges out of landfills where they would pollute the earth.
The cartridges recycled through Cartridges For A Cure are sent to a recycling company called Empties4Cash based in California.

You'll first need to go to the website to fill at a form to get postage paid FedEx label that you can place on any empty box that you have filled with your empty inkjet cartridges.



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