FREE SHIPPING ON INK OR CARTRIDGES FOR BARCODE AND ADDRESS PRINTING
Since our humble beginnings in 1994, integrity has been the foundation of our business. We have grown to become a trusted source of supply and an industry leader because of our knowledge of ink and how various types perform on high-speed, industrial, HP thermal inkjet technology for addressing and packaging equipment. Our ability to advocate ink solutions combined with our ability to custom quote extremely competitive volume pricing on addressing inks and mailroom cartridges allows us to stand above the crowd.
As direct mail companies struggle to survive in an ever changing digital world and an uncertain postal environment, one thing is certain - We will remain here to partner with and help our customers with their initiatives by offering personalized service and by providing high quality, lower cost, compatible, industrial, inkjet ink options.
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Just give us a call at: 610-935-8767
During the winter months, when temperatures can dip to the unseasonably cold, a print cartridge that arrives to you by FedEx, UPS or US Priority Mail must be allowed to sit to reach a room temperature of 59 degrees prior to use. Failure to allow ink cartridges to sit prior to use will result in ink and cartridge failures, and all warranties will become null and void.
We are pleased to offer FREE samples for many of our addressing inks.
We follow the strictest guidelines to insure optimum quality, reliability and performance. Additionally, we are pleased to offer a wide selection of compatible HP business ink and toner cartridges available upon special quotation.
We do NOT purchase foreign clones for recycling but only use genuine O.E.M. cartridges.
Supplier choice is based on research and development abilities, quality control, fulfillment capability, sustainability, and commitment to environmental concerns - from how operations are run to manufacturing procedures. One of our missions is to try to divert non biodegradable plastic cores from landfills and incorporate them into the manufacturing process. It can take up to two ounces of petroleum to manufacture a single, palm held, inkjet core. Reusing plastic cores helps save energy, reduces our reliance on petroleum, reduces pollution and saves millions of tax dollars that might otherwise be spent on landfill management. When seeking out US suppliers, we only seek those that abide by "The Fair Labor Standards Act". (We rely on state and federal regulators to make certain our suppliers abide by this act).
Some individuals are under the false impression that utilizing recycled ink cartridges will void their equipment warranty. Any OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) who imposes a requirement to use only their supplies is in violation of The Sherman & Clayton Antitrust Act, as well as the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Improvement Act. (If a service technician ever informs you that you must purchase OEM cartridges, ask them to put it in writing. They won't because they would be in violation of the law).
All OEM Brand Names, Codes and Trademarks are the property of their respective owners. We are not affiliated with any OEM. OEM names and codes are for identification purposes only. Unauthorized use of Mother Earth Recycling's name, images, logos and trademarks is in violation of US copyright law.
On The Mark, Inc, our parent company, is an equal opportunity employer who invites companies to go green and creates green jobs without discrimination or regard to race, sex, sexual preference, color, religion or national origin. In choosing suppliers we seek those that have the same core values and have chosen to go green. We ONLY conduct business within the continental US and its territories.