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Printer Cartridge Recycling Programme with Epson
As part of our efforts in environmental conservation, Epson together with our partners aims to support recycling of discarded ink and toner cartridges through Project Homecoming.

Project Homecoming is the first joint-brand initiative to bring ink and toner cartridges recycling to the community. Jointly-led by Epson and Canon, and supported by National Environment Agency and National Library Board, the effort aims to create awareness on the recycling of ink and toner cartridges, and to engage local communities to do their parts for our environment.

Proper recycling processes enable us to conserve resources and recycle the materials from used printer cartridges, as well as minimise pollution impact to the environment.
Where can we recycle ink and toner cartridges?
To make it convenient for users to recycle used cartridges, the National Library Board (NLB) has come on board to be our first venue partner for this program. We encourage you to drop off your used ink or toner cartridges into our Project Homecoming boxes at participating NLB
locations including:

  • Ang Mo Kio Public Library
  • Bedok Public Library
  • Bishan Public Library
  • Bukit Batok Public Library
  • Bukit Panjang Public Library
  • Cheng San Public Library
  • Choa Chu Kang Public Library
  • Clementi Public Library
  • Geylang East Public Library
  • Jurong Regional Library
  • Jurong West Public Library
  • library@esplanade
  • Marine Parade Public Library
  • National Library
  • Building Serangoon Public Library
  • Tampines Regional Library
  • Toa Payoh Public Library
  • Queenstown Public Library
  • Woodlands Regional Library
  • Yishun Public Library 
Every one of us can contribute positively towards the global environment!
Do you accept cartridges from non-participating brands?
Project Homecoming accepts ink and toner cartridges from all participating and nonparticipating brands, all cartridges will be collected by our authorised recycler partner.