Dementia UK Recycling Page
Dementia UK is a national charity, committed to improving quality of life for all people affected by dementia.
Dementia UK provides Admiral Nurses - specialist dementia nurses who give expert, practical and emotional care and support for family carers, as well as the person with dementia.
Admiral Nurses provide families with an understanding of dementia and give them the tools and skills to deal with challenges effectively, whilst also providing psychological support to help family carers to carry on caring for their family member. They can also provide referrals to other appropriate services and liaison with other professionals to provide holistic support when it's most needed.
DIRECT help when it's needed
Dementia UK also runs a national helpline and email service Admiral Nursing DIRECT, which is for family and professional carers, people with dementia and those worried about their memory. Call 0845 257 9406 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
In partnership with EmptyCartridge Ltd a leading recycling company, we have developed a scheme to turn your empty inkjet cartridges into valuable funds to help continue our work.
If you would like to help us raise funds for Dementia UK whilst at the same time reducing the amount of electronic waste consigned to landfill.
If your inkjet cartridge is listed and you would like to send it into us, please fill out the freepost request form below. Please note that the freepost weight limit is 1kg, if you have multiple items and think that you may exceed this weight limit, you may have to split them into smaller packages.
Recycling in larger volumes
If you are looking to recycle in larger volumes i.e. quantities of 50 or more inkjet cartridges, you must ensure that you check the lists above to ensure that what you are sending in is accepted on the scheme. If your items are eligible, please call us on 01908 477533 to set up a free recycling account. Once your account is in place, you will be able to access online instructions on how to package your items and how to arrange a free courier collection. All proceeds would go to Dementia UK.