Thera Trust Recycling Page
Thera Trust is a registered charity that leads a number of subsidiary companies based around the UK. The subsidiaries are known as Thera Group and together we support adults with a learning disability at home, at work, in the local community and for short breaks (otherwise known as respite).
Thera Group has a vision: that people with a learning disability can be leaders in society and should be in control of their own lives. We believe that people should be able to design the kind of support they want to match their individual needs. People who are already supported by Thera have the opportunity of becoming company members, which allows them to have a greater involvement in the running of their Thera company.
Thera Trust have a lot of experience supporting people with a learning disability and currently support over 950 people in 20 local authority areas in England and Scotland. Thera companies are split into regional subsidiaries, so that support remains locally managed.
Thera is unique in that it employs people with a learning disability at director level and who have equal responsibility for the running of the organisation to ensure they remained focused on the needs of the people they support.
In partnership with PrinterCartridge Recycling 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 Thera Trust whilst at the same time reducing the amount of electronic waste consigned to landfill.
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 Thera Trust.