Malden Emergency First Aid Society

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Malden Emergency First Aid Society
You can now support our charity by simply recycling your empty printer ink cartridges here. Please note not all items can be recycled, please click here to see the list

MEFAS is a voluntary organisation which teaches the public first aid and rescue techniques.  The charity was established in 1968 by ex members of the Civil Defence Corp. No one in our charity is paid and we raise money to pay the council rent by teaching HSE compliant courses and letting out our training room.  We provide free first aid courses to those who are interested in
learning life saving skills.

You can help us by recycling your empty printer ink, ink-jet and toner cartridges for free.

You can visit our website here.

How to recycle your empties in 3 easy steps:

Print
Click here to print off your free postage label
Label
Stick the label to any envelope (max weight for free postage is 750g, please feel free to send several packages for items over 750g)
Post
Put in a post box and we take care of the rest
Do you want empties picking up?
We can arrange for boxed items to be picked up from you free of charge, click here for more details and to complete the form.
PLEASE NOTE: NOT ALL CARTRIDGES CAN BE RECYCLED!
For a full list of which cartridges can be recycled, please click here.

How else can you help? To help keep this service free for charities and for you, please support us when buying your office supplies and stationery – save money by clicking here!