All Kyocera devices are designed with the environment in mind. We aim to minimise the impact of our products on the planet by reducing the quantity of raw materials contained within them. Kyocera’s cartridge-free print technology reduces the number of components in the toner system by more than 85% on average, consequently reducing the manufacturing and recycling impact of the device.
Once a Kyocera toner is empty, we offer a number of ways to return it to our recycling partner, depending on your location. Once your consumables enter our system, we will be in charge of taking care of everything from pickup through interim storage and finally forwarding them to the recycling plant.
After separating the cassettes into individual components, the polymers in the toner cassette are separated and then granulated and prepared for reuse as “recyclate” which can be added to brand new materials to manufacture a variety of products.
By participating in our Toner Take-Back Service you contribute to reducing waste and energy consumption for a better environment and a better world. The service follows Kyocera's philosophy [hyperlink to Kyocera Philosophy page] of always considering our impact on the environment.
LPR is collecting empty toners in the following countries: Germany, Belgium, Netherlands, Luxembourg, Austria, United Kingdom, Poland. Local collectors are also providing Toner Take-Back in France (via Conibi) , Italy (via Ecorit & Ecorecuperi) , Spain (via Recyclia), Switzerland (via Polysys).
We provide collection boxes at no charge to customers with regular orders.
Approx. 60 litres 30× 60×40cm Max. 20kg Average 15 units
Approx. 160 litres 70× 60×40cm Max. 20kg Average 43 units
We also gladly accept single units from small-volume consumers. Download free package stickers at kyocera.takeback.eu
The package should fit into: max. 60× 30× 15 cm, max. 1 kg
If possible, use the packaging of your new Kyocera products. If this is not possible, use similar packaging.
Leave the box at the nearest DHL post office.