GreenTech, a UK inkjet and toner cartridge recycling and remanufacturing company, have launched its enhanced cartridge recycling website with improved search feature, faster payments via bank transfer and a simple way to make donations to charity.
Online PR News – 16-February-2011 – – Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, UK -- GreenTech, a UK inkjet and toner cartridge recycling and remanufacturing company, have just made their cartridge recycling service and website faster, simpler and it now include a wider range of over 3000 cartridges, all with a smart new look too. The new website comes with improved search feature, faster payments via bank transfer and a simple way to make donations to charity.
Announcing the launch of the new cartridge recycling website (http://www.gtrecycling.com/recycle), GreenTech CEO, Sohail Sethi said “We've totally revamped the search engine so it works with any form of letters/spaces/codes, as soon as you start typing. It will display options for quickly adding relevant colour cartridges too for toner cartridge recycling.” Now recyclers can get faster payments by selecting the bank transfer option when they recycle toner cartridges.
Although courier costs have sky-rocketed in 2010, GreenTech are still offering free pick-up when customers recycle £20 worth of cartridges or more. The company have also introduced an option to make donations to a charity directly from the new cartridge recycling website. Sohail Sethi explained, “Our customers have requested it, so now we offer an option to choose what proportion of the total payment you wish to donate to charity.” GreenTech claim to pay the highest prices for toner cartridge recycling in the UK as they increase the prices to up to £12 each for more than 3000 cartridges, which is the widest range in the UK. For more details about GreenTech’s toner cartridge recycling program you can visit their new cartridge recycling website. (http://www.gtrecycling.com/recycle)
GreenTech (http://www.gtrecycling.com/) have been recycling and remanufacturing laser, inkjet, fax and photocopier cartridges for the last 10 years at their facility in Peterborough, Cambridgeshire. They have recently expanded into a new recycling facility. With 400% more space means they can recycle toner cartridges faster and can store more stock. Over the years, GreenTech estimate to have saved the equivalent of 5 million litres of oil or 147 football pitches worth of used toner cartridges. GreenTech have helped hundreds of businesses, schools, charities and individuals to raise hundreds of thousands of pounds when they recycle toner cartridges.
For more information about GreenTech's cartridge recycling program you can visit www.gtrecycling.com, email at info[at]gtrecycling.com or call at +441733588388