USPS Recycling change – Inkjet, toner cartridges affected

The USPS BlueEarth Federal Recycling Program is revising its eligible recyclable products list on FedRecycling.com and is temporarily removing inkjet and toner cartridges from those products accepted as of Oct. 18.

This move is the result of a recycling supplier unexpectedly withdrawing from the recycling market.

The Office of Environmental Affairs and Corporate Sustainability and Supply Management are developing new processes for handling used ink and toner cartridges.

Planning is underway to return these items to the list as soon as possible, and more information will be made available on interim guidance concerning the recycling of these products.

The Postal Service annually diverts more than 277,000 tons of waste — including paper, cardboard, plastic and other materials — from landfills as part of the organization’s commitment to sustainability and green initiatives.

Contact HQInvestmentRecovery@usps.com with any questions.


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