It’s time for CHRISTMAS……………………. CASH!

Christmas CASH!!!

It’s THAT time again…

Need CASH for Christmas??

Not only do we pay you for your used ink & toner cartridges but we also pay you for your excess stock! T3 wants to buy your ink, toner, drums, maintenance and transfer kits!

Here’s what we are offering until December 29th:

Current clients receive an 8% bonus credit on submissions $2500 and up.


New clients receive a 7% bonus credit on your first accepted offer. That’s 2% more than our current offer!


Recycling and Asset Management

*Reuse and Recycling of all makes and models of ink, toner, media and E-waste materials

*Competitive buyback pricing on empty or used ink, toner and media cartridges, fusers, maintenance and transfer kits

No minimums or maximums

*Create a substantial revenue stream

*Recycling reporting and accounting

*Surplus Ink, Toner and Media Cartridge Buyback

*Competitive buyback pricing on sealed or opened obsolete, expired, not needed or overstock box of ink, toner or maintenance item. We take any OEM brand, any make, any model, damaged box or like-new condition.

*Liquidation and closeout, excess and overstock buybacks

*Office Supplies and Eco-Friendly Office Supplies

For more information click Here (for Surplus items), Here for used items, call us at 916-851-1099 or send us an email.


April Showers Brings Some News

T3 is happy to announce that we are proud to be an authorized distributor of AbilityOne products 


The AbilityOne Program generates jobs for over 48,000 Americans who are blind or otherwise severely disabled through the manufacturing of products and the provision of services required by Federal customers.

The AbilityOne Program is also a required source of supply per FAR 8.7.  As a service to our valued customers to keep you in compliance with the law, T3 now offers a way to ensure all your office product purchases are AbilityOne compliant.

While not everyone is required to purchase through the AbilityOne program, everyone CAN purchase items through the program.

What a great way to support hard working people!

For more information or to place an order, please contact us HERE

Click HERE for a list of what we have to offer through AbilityOne.


Happy New Year!


Greater opportunities, brighter promises and abundant success, health, and happiness.

We at T3 wish for you to have all of those things and more!

Make each new day exciting and prosperous.

Start your new year off by clearing out your storage areas.
Why wait until Spring?

We will purchase your over stock, freight distressed, expired, open boxed, out of box supplies, clearance, obsolete products or supplies that are just not needed due to printer upgrades or ordering too much stock.

Let us help you recover lost assets from all of these products!

Choose to receive a check for your items or receive a credit to purchase new supplies. We have everything from A-Z! We will always beat the big box stores. Even better, you could choose to donate the value to your favorite non-profit or school!
Pretty groovy, right?

For example:

Let’s say the products we received from you are worth $500.00. Instead of receiving the cash value, depending on what items are in your lot you could receive a credit value of between 25%-50% MORE to purchase new office supplies.

It’s a win!

For more information click Here for Surplus items, Here for used items, call us at 916-851-1099 or send us an email


Halloween Contest!

We are going to have a little fun this Halloween with a little contest.

But we need your help!

Do you or you friends, family, fur kids dress up for Halloween? If so, we’d like to see your photos!

“Like” our Facebook page and then post a photo of your best Halloween costumes under the Halloween contest post. All of you will be voting by clicking “like” under the photo you love the most. The photo with the most likes will win 4 Movie Tickets from Fandango!

There will be a special prize for the best pet costumes too

These can be group or individual pictures.

Contest ends 11-2 at 5:00 PST.

Winners announced on our Facebook page.

SO post your photos only under this post and vote for your favorite photo’s by simply clicking the like button for that photo.

Have fun and we can’t wait to see all the creative costumes




Happy Independence Day!

I found this poem and wanted to share it. While we had a GREAT time at our T3 BBQ, we need to think about our holiday, reflect and of course enjoy our freedom! Potato salad, Fireworks and all!

We will be closed July 4th. See you Monday!

For Our Troops:

The Flag

Michelle Selby
Red for the blood shed in the name of Freedom,
for which we fought,
Blue for the oceans of time we have crossed,
remaining the land of the free
White for the peace we wish to share,
all men created equal
Stars to remember those who fought throughout the night,
bravely for our land
Stripes to remind us of the lashings taken by the Prisoners of War
With a seal, in God we trust
We each are one of many, in which we stand united in Brotherhood
A symbol of Pride
A salute to those who died in the fight
A blanket to cover us in times of need
Waving high to show we are still here, undefeated
With honor you are presented to the world
And the fun part- Here is our team enjoy some together time.
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Father’s Day & a really sharp 19 year old!

Father’s Day celebrates the contribution that fathers and father figures make for their children’s lives. I’ve never really researched how Father’s day came about so I searched and found this little tidbit.

A woman named Sonora Smart Dodd was an influential figure in the establishment of Father’s Day. Her father, American Civil War veteran William Jackson Smart, raised six children by himself after the death of their mother. This was uncommon at that time, as many widowers placed their children in the care of others or quickly married again.

Sonora was inspired by the work of Anna Jarvis, who had pushed for Mother’s Day celebrations. Sonora felt that her father deserved recognition for what he had done. The first time Father’s Day was held in June was in 1910. Father’s Day was officially recognized as a holiday in 1972 by President Nixon.

There is even a Father’s Day festival this weekend- check it out!

Viagra generic is the century of the future. In the Middle Ages took brand drugs, but now – the age of the future! We choose something that brings joy.


Happy Father’s Day to all the Supermen out there!






I ran across this story on and thought it was incredible. Not just the idea but that the idea and passion for saving the planet is coming from someone so young. I found it very inspiring.

I have invented a method to clean up almost half of the great Pacific’s garbage patch in just 10 years, using the currents to my advantage.
~19 Year Old Boyan Slat

Enjoy! You can find out more also by visiting or click here to check him out on Facebook

Memorial Day, Event Info & a Pug!

2014 memorialDid you know…..

 …that each year on Memorial Day a national moment of remembrance takes place at 3:00 p.m. local time? We are all busy and enjoy having the extra day off to enjoy a BBQ, extra time with family, shop the sales or maybe just catch up on yard work.  Wouldn’t it be nice if we took a few moments to remember and thank our military, past and present? They are after all the reason we have the day off! I think we should all set an alarm on our phones  (I know you all have them on you right now 😉 ) for 3:00 and honor the men and women who died while serving in the U.S. military.

Who’s with me?!

Do you have an American flag that you bring out for Memorial day and other important days? If you didn’t know, there are A LOT of rules that apply. I always knew the basics, like never let the flag touch the ground and always have it lit up at night if you leave it out but there is way more to our beautiful flag. For example, on Memorial Day it should be at half-staff until noon. For a pretty thorough list of the American Flag Guidelines click here

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T3 Office Recycling Solutions
*Bring a food or clothing donation and get FREE shredding, ink & toner cartridge recycling and E-waste recycling!
All food and clothing will be donated to the Sacramento Food Bank & Family Services!
Also, 100% of the value of all ink & toner cartridges (used & new) will be donated to the Sacramento Food Bank!!
So dig up all your used and all of your excess (new, unopened, obsolete, expire, overstock) cartridges and help us make a difference for the Sacramento people that really need our help!
Join us Saturday, June 7th from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm
SAFE Credit Union-Laguna Branch
9162 Bruceville Road, Elk Grove
Have a fabulous weekend from all of us and our Patriotic Pug, Shiro!

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Earth Day (s) and a Beard-A-Thon?

Why yes, you read that right! Every year on April 22, over a billion people in 190 countries take action for Earth Day. From San Francisco to San Juan, Beijing to Brussels, Moscow to Marrakesh, from Seattle to Sacramento, people plant trees, clean up their communities, hug a tree and more all on behalf of the environment. T3 believes every day is Earth day but we love having one extra special day every year to have some fun and participate in Earth Day events. On April 17th we celebrated with Sacramento State University and had a great time! April 23rd we celebrate with American River College. BE SEEN BEING GREEN!

To see pictures and also find out what exactly we are talking about regarding the Beard-A-Thon click HERE or go to our Facebook page. 

Sacramento Business Journal talks about our big move



As most of you know, we recently moved from our home of 10 plus years to a new, much larger facility in Rancho Cordova. T3 strives to provide you with the best in class services at all times. Moving to a larger, more efficient space will ensure that we continue to deliver superior service to our customers and continue to grow. We are just about settled in now, just need a few more plants and maybe some fabulous recycled art!
Check out the article here at the Sacramento Business Journal: Click here