Cartridge Depot Opens in Falls Church, VA

New Store Offers Environmentally Friendly Cost Savings on Ink and Toner Needs, plus convenient pick-up and delivery for business customers

February 25, 2008 // Franchising.com // (Falls Church, VA) – Individuals and businesses who use ink and toner cartridges – that is, everyone who prints anything – now have a convenient way to save money and protect the environment thanks to Michael Neuman. Mr. Neuman has opened a new Cartridge Depot franchise to serve customers in the Falls Church, McLean, Tysons Corner, Annandale and surrounding areas.

"Northern Virginia is an area that understands the value of recycling and reuse," says Mr. Neuman, "I have over 15 years experience in management, and I know what business needs. Our new Cartridge Depot franchise will be able to help people save money and do something positive for the environment."

Cartridge Depot refills and remanufactures ink and toner cartridges with their exclusive process for a fraction of the cost – often up to 50% less - of buying new ones. The newly refurbished cartridges are then packed into boxes made with post-consumer recycled materials, adding more environmental savings to the products. The company picks up and delivers ink, toner and fax cartridges for business customers, providing convenience, cost savings and guaranteed quality performance.

To make sure that the refilled cartridges perform as well or better than the originals, Cartridge Depot uses the exclusive Ink3000 process to completely refurbish and remanufacture each cartridge. Worn parts are replaced and the correct ink and toner are used to refill the cartridge.

"We stand behind our products," says Mr. Neuman. "We offer an unconditional 14-day money back guarantee, and a 30-day replacement warranty. If our customers aren't happy with their cartridge for any reason, we want to know and make it right."

When customers use Cartridge Depot to refill an ink or toner cartridge, they don't just save up to 50% of the cost of buying a new one. They also help the environment by saving up to a gallon of oil – the amount it can take to manufacture a new cartridge. Plus, each recycled cartridge keeps about 2.5 pounds of waste out of a landfill. And for 2008, for every empty cartridge a customer returns, Cartridge Depot will plant a tree through American Forest's Global ReLeaf initiative.

"We're a local business, and we want to make a positive impact in our community," Mr. Neuman says. "That's why we're working to help clean up the environment, and why we offer our pickup and delivery service for business customers. We're dedicated to providing outstanding customer service."

For information, call Cartridge Depot at 571-296-5879 or email FallsChurch@thecartridgedepot.com . For information on all Cartridge Depot products and services visit www.TheCartridgeDepot.com.

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