Toner cartridges go in laser printers, and are several times larger than inkjet cartridges. Because of their size, recycling them has a bigger positive impact on the environment. Hewlett-Packard (HP) is committed to recycling as much of their products as possible. To help you recycle quickly and easily, they'll give you a free postage-paid shipping label.
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Look in the box the Q6000A cartridge came in--either the original box or the box from a new replacement. There should be a manual with a recycling guide that contains a shipping label. If you can't find it, print a label from their website.
Go to HP's LaserJet shipping materials webpage and click on "Print Shipping label" under "HP LaserJet cartridges or drum kits." Enter your name and address in the form and click "Print."
Tape the label on your Q6000A box, or a box that fits if you no longer have it, and take it to the post office to mail it.
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