We are the Leader in Toner Cartridge Remanufacturing


Laser Cartridge Services's premium quality cartridges are built for better, more reliable performance.  We start by inspecting all used cartridge components, rejecting any that show signs of wear or fatigue. We thoroughly clean these parts and install them with the very best new replacement parts available. Then we fill our cartridges with the specific toner formulation best suited to the printers in which they're used. Our quality-control program begins with engineering and ends with testing. No cartridge leaves our facility without being thoroughly tested to insure you'll get crisp, good-looking text and graphics every time, guaranteed.


Our state-of-the-art remanufacturing process yields consistent, high-quality performance from every cartridge we produce. We use the latest equipment, proven techniques and professional technicians to create reliable cartridges that our customers can count on. Ongoing research and development ensures that we stay on the cutting edge, producing cartridges for the very latest printers on the market. We're so sure of our cartridges that we guarantee to replace them or refund your money if you aren't completely satisfied with their performance.


Our recycling program is designed for your convenience. Local customers can take advantage of our free pick-up and delivery services. Simply call us when you need replacement cartridges. We'll deliver them to your site, picking up your empty cartridges at the same time.   We guarantee to exceed your expectations every time.


Solid-waste disposal continues to be among the leading problems faced by towns and cities across the country. Our community is no different. By using recycled toner cartridges, and by recycling the toner cartridges you use, you can join us in helping to relieve pressure on our local landfills. You're also helping save valuable non-renewable natural resources.  Did you know it takes up to a gallon of oil and 15 pounds of other raw materials to produce a brand new toner cartridge? It only takes a fraction of those resources to remanufacture a cartridge.