Dade Recycling offers an innovative way to help you raise money for your school while helping protect our environment.
There are absolutely no fees or costs to your school. We will provide you with a starter kit consisting of collection bins, flyers, and email templates for free.
Here is how our program works:
The terms of the program are as follows:
Inkjet Cartridges: Dade Recycling pays up to $3.00 for every Re-usable inkjet cartridge according to our buyback list. Unlike most competitors we do pay for Epson, Canon, and Brother Ink tanks. Re-usable ink cartridges are cartridges that have not been refilled before, are not cracked, have good electric circuits, and have intact nozzle plates.
Toner Cartridges: Dade Recycling pays up to $12.00 for every Re-usable toner cartridge according to our buyback list. We accept every laser toner cartridge included in our list or not and we will credit your account according to our buyback price list for brand name cartridges that have only been used once.
Email Addresses: Dade Recycling uses email as our primary means of communicating with program participants. It is extremely important that program participants provide valid email addresses.
Payment Policy: Dade Recycling has minimum accounts payable requirement of $10 before we mail out a check for items collected. If you do not meet the $10 minimum, we will hold your money from previous collections until you accumulate at least $10 and then we will mail you a check. Any account that has a pickup for less than $10 and does not accrue the minimum ($10 amount) within 1 calendar year will forfeit their proceeds.
Seller’s Warranty: Seller covenants and guarantees that the cartridges being sold to Blue Trading, LLC is the property of the seller with all rights to resell the cartridges without any restrictions on the seller’s rights to resell to Blue Trading, LLC. Seller warrants and promises to indemnify Blue Trading, LLC, from the claims of any parties who claim an interest in or to the cartridges. Seller further warrants that the empty or surplus cartridges were collected from a source within the United States or were acquired directly from a supplier who sells the cartridges in the ordinary course of their business within the United States.