Inkjet printers have a higher rate of cartridge waste than laserjet printers, which means that more and more cartridges end up in landfills. Inkjet cartridges only last for a few hundred pages, while laserjet cartridges can print thousands of pages, sometimes up to 10,000 for very high quality cartridges. Inkjet-printed paper is also very difficult to recycle. Dye-based inkjet inks separate from the paper in sticky globules during the pulping process, and are difficult to remove. Pigment-based ink particles are simply too small to separate from the paper properly, and can contaminate other paper materials it gets placed with.
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