We had some not so good experiences with toner blowing up in our printers from PRC. Also, 2 times recycling pickups did not come on scheduled times.
We use Good Point recycling http://www.retroworks.com/good_point_recycling%2010%20Points.htm
And Vermont Toner Recharge for our toner refills. We have had great service from both.
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>>> Robert Gervais <[log in to unmask]> 1/2/2008 9:49 AM >>>
School Information Technology Discussion <[log in to unmask]> writes:
>I have used PRC for several years for ink cartridges and junk pick up.
>They are great to work with and do not charge for picking up old computer
>equipment. I also use the Green School Project for recycling ink
>cartridges and cell phones, [ http://www.greenschoolproject.com
>]http://www.greenschoolproject.com. They pay a small amount for what you
>District Technology Coordinator
MaryAnn, have you had any issues with the toner from PRC. One person here
was concerned that it was poorer quality because it was recycled.
(although I think all toner is probably recycled to some degree!)
Also, what about printer repair and maintenance? Right now we have a
contract with Symquest to do repairs for free if we buy their toner. Do
you have any maintenance contracts on printers?
Franklin Northeast Supervisory Union
Enosburg, VT 05450