I had a couple of incidents with leaking PRC cartridges last year, but it was specific to one type (HP 1320). They were GREAT about helping to resolve the issue: replaced the cartridges and all back-stock of that part as well as contacting their manufacturer to fix the issue. No problems since.
Junk pickups have worked well also, but I am fortunate in that I can stockpile stuff for once-a-year “whenever it happens” pickups.
Washington West Supervisory Union
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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 send in.
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