Win free ink for a whole year, thanks to Cartridge World

The return to school is an exciting time for everyone, but as the number of homework projects increase, so does the cost of printing them.

At Cartridge World Letchworth, based at 69 Station Road, we are committed to cutting home printing costs through our low cost, high quality printer cartridges. As well as helping to save parents money we also take pride in the environmental benefits of using our products. Each one of our refilled cartridges saves another from ending up in local landfill sites where they can take up to 1,000 years to decompose.

Saving over 1 million cartridges from landfill in the last 12 months, Cartridge World stores can refill all major brands of inkjet and laser cartridge using specifically formulated inks or toners, offering customers substantial savings on the cost of replacement cartridges.

To help relieve the burden on your pocket and keep hold of those precious pennies, simply answer the following question to win a year’s supply of ink cartridge refills:


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How many cartridges did Cartridge World save from landfill last year?

a) Over 1 million

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b) Over 1 thousand

c) One Hundred


Cartridge World’s Recycle-It scheme is also donating �1 back to schools for every cartridge that a pupil’s parent refills in store, and 50p for every cartridge deposited in one of its special collection bins

For any schools interested in signing up to the Recycle-It scheme and taking a lead in helping to create a ‘greener’ community, please contact the store on 01462 338 776 or


The competition closes on October 31. The winner will be chosen at random from all the correct entries received before this date. There is no cash alternative. The editor’s decision is final. Only one entry per person. Cartridge refills are offered to the value of �200, to be used within 12 months from date of acceptance of prize by winner. Prize valid at Cartridge World Letchworth only.



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