Yes. HP provides free and convenient ways to recycle used Original HP ink and toner cartridges and Samsung toner cartridges in 67 countries and territories. Home and commercial customers can return HP ink and toner cartridges for free to more than 18,500 authorized sites worldwide. Free pickup and mail-back options are available in most countries.


Through 2020, we manufactured over 4.9 billion Original HP and Samsung Cartridges using a cumulative 125,000 tonnes of recycled plastic, including from recycled HP cartridges. This has kept 916 million Original HP Cartridges and an estimated 127 million apparel hangers and 5.0 billion postconsumer plastic bottles out of landfills, instead upcycling these materials for continued use.


More than 85% of our Original HP Ink Cartridges contain 4–75% postconsumer recycled content, and 100% of Original HP Toner Cartridges contain 1–75% postconsumer or post-industrial recycled content.1


Recycling vendors must comply with the HP Supplies Recycling Standard.

For further information and to participate in the Planet Partners Program, see http://www.hp.com/recycle..


1 100% of Original HP Toner Cartridges contain between 1–75% postconsumer or post-industrial recycled content. Does not include toner bottles. See http://hp.com/go/TonerRecycledContent More than 85% of Original HP Ink Cartridges contain between 4–75% recycled plastic. Does not include ink bottles and other products not listed. See http://hp.com/go/InkRecycledContent