Surplus Cartridges Wanted!

Surplus cartridges wanted

Have you recently changed your printers and have unused printer supplies left over? 60% of offices in the greater Montreal area have surplus printer cartridges hanging around their stockroom and that’s why we have a surplus cartridges wanted section.


When companies change their printers they often end up with surplus cartridges and most suppliers will not buy them back or give you credit for them meaning that these printer cartridges will usually end up being pushed to the back of the storeroom and eventually go out of date rendering them useless.

Don’t just let them expire in your stockroom; convert them to cash! For you, your company or a charity of your choice. We buy surplus cartridges from many companies around Montreal and even if they are out of date they may still have a value.

Pyrolaser takes care of the shipping so it really is an easy way to get money back for the surplus cartridges you wouldn’t use otherwise.


So what’s next?

Simple, all you need to do is email us  your overstock printer list and we will reply with a valuation. We also purchase bankruptcy and liquidation stocks.

Turn empty printer cartridges into cash

Pyrolaser pays cash for empty printer cartridges. Stop giving them away when you can make easy money by selling them to us.

Each year, millions of empty printer cartridges are thrown into the trash, ending up in our planet’s landfills or incinerators. Recycling these empty cartridges is easy, profitable and environmentally beneficial. It helps reduce solid waste, conserves raw materials and the energy needed to produce a new product. Pyrolaser pays cash for empty printer cartridges since 1992. Most cartridges can be recycled up to six times – they are refurbished, refilled and then resold to consumers at a lower price than brand name cartridges. Recycled cartridges produce the same quality and output as new cartridges.


Pyrolaser and fund raising

Pyrolaser helps fund raising !

That’s right ! We help schools, social clubs, churches, youth sports, and non-profit charity events just to name a few.

We show you how easy it is to generate profits from the sale of empty printer cartridges and cell phones.

Call us    514-378-3416 or leave us a comment at the bottom of this page. We do the rest…

Empty printer cartridges

Customers often tell me they don’t have the time to recycle their empty printer cartridges. Worst, some admit to throwing them in the garbage because their supplier won’t take them back.

Depending on where you live, the law forbids you to dispose of empty printer cartridges through regular garbage. In some jurisdictions, you might be exposing yourself to stiff fines. Barring coercive measures, we need to take a hard look at how we treat our planet. After all, our children and their children will have to deal with our mistakes long after we’re gone.

So, how hard can it be to recycle empty cartridges? Considering today’s technology, there’s no logic to be found that could explain why empty printer cartridges end up in our landfills. At Pyrolaser, we’ve been collecting cartridges since 1992. Over the years, close to 500,000 lbs off plastic and metal have been recuperated and reused through our program.

Otherwise, it would have taken 500 years for these printer cartridges to decompose in a landfill not to mention the toxic metals now found in empty printer cartridge chips.

While I understand their reasoning I also know that less trouble for man, usually means more trouble for the environment and our children.

Tips to Save Money on Printer Cartridges

Tips to Save Money on Printer Cartridges

Printer cartridges can be a surprisingly large drain on your budget if you print frequently. The Prices never stay the same and they often need replacing at the worst possible moments. In economic times like these you want to save your cash for more important things, we’ll help you do that where your print cartridges are concerned here in this article.

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Laser printer cartridges

Posted on May 4, 2012 by Erika

laser toner cartridges

We discussed in a previous article “Laserjet Printers vs. Inkjet Printers” that use laser printer cartridges are likely to come in handy when printing a large bulk of documents and are better in printing fine details such as small texts compare to inkjet printers. Laserjet printers can also print much faster than inkjet printers. These two factors which are speed and high printing needs, makes them more popular in business corporations and organizations.

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Can you save money by spending more on your printer?

by Jon L. Jacobi and Melissa Riofrio, PCWorld   May 4, 2012 6:30 pm

Editor’s Note: The following article is reprinted from

Canon Pixma MG2120

Buying the inkjet printer or inkjet MFP (multifunction printer) that is best suited to your budget should be simple. It’s not, and the complication is the ink. Replenishing this vital fluid costs much more over time than the printer itself costs initially, yet unwary buyers often overlook that expense. To find the most economical printer over the long haul, you need to pay attention to ink-onomics—how much your printer’s inks cost and how much ink you’ll use.