West Point Products recycling program
What is the West Point Recycling Program?
The West Point Recycling program is a laser and inkjet cartridge and cell phone
recycling program. This program is designed primarily for the collection of OEM
(Original Equipment Manufacturer) cartridges and previously used cell phones.
Which Cartridges & Phones Do You Collect?
We collect a variety of laser/inkjet printer, fax, and multi-function cartridges, fusers, and cell phones. Items that cannot be remanufactured are disposed of properly.
How Much Do You Pay For My Returns?
Empty laser/inkjet cartridges and cell phones are subject to changes in market conditions
just like many other commodities. The factors of supply & demand affect the
values of cartridges and cell phones.
How Often Are Prices Updated?
Pricing is adjusted monthly and new buyback lists are posted to the website at the
beginning of the month.
When Will I Receive Payment for the Cartridges and Cell Phones?
Checks are sent on or before the 15th of the month following the month in which
we process your cartridges/cell phones. Prices paid are the price in effect at the
time of processing.
How Should I Package The Items I Am Returning?
The Order Supplies page of the website shows an example of each of the containers
we have to offer. A cartridge’s original packaging is always the best way
to protect the cartridges during shipping. Inkjet cartridges or cell phones can
be placed in the original boxes and placed in our shipping cartons. Toner cartridges
in their original boxes can also be placed in our recycling boxes. If the original
boxes are not available, use bubble-wrap, newspaper, or other suitable packing material
to protect the cartridges. We will not pay for broken or damaged products.