You didn’t even pay for those cartridges, and you’re seeking to profit from someone else’s misfortune.
How Christian is that?
One time years ago, I was in my office walking to the cafe - there was a long hallway that workers throughout the very large office would walk through to get to the cafe. As I am walking a spied a wad of cash on the floor - no one was around. I picked it up and that is all it was a big wad of cash folded over so it was not in wallet and no one was around for me to see if they potentially dropped it (also I could easily pocket it and no one would be the wiser).
I did not count I just picked it up but it looked to be a considerable amount of bills. I brought it to our administrator (who I trusted to be honest) - who brought it to security - they suggested not to send a company wide email or anything as there are many dishonest people that would claim it was theirs. They figured if the person lost it they would come and claim it - if no one came it was mine.
After several weeks no one claimed it - it was offered back to me. There would be no guilt to pocket it and keep it (now it looked to be a good amount of cash I would venture at least $100 or more); I did not even want to handle it - I said donate it to a charity. The administrator and I decided it best to donate to prevention of breast cancer as she was a recent survivor.
I could not in good conscience keep that money. The funny thing is if it was like $5 I would keep it without thought. But with such a large amount of money, I could not benefit from someone else's misfortunate - it just did not sit right with me.
It is an easy thing to do - grab a plastic bag - put the toner boxes in it and drop it in a box for Goodwill. Who cares what the particular individual is that receives it background is - do you often times being generous can turn a sinner's heart around? Sometimes helping someone else and being kind to them can help them find God. Or can inspire them to turn around and do something kind for someone else.
Giving is supposed to be blind - you are not supposed to benefit in any way from it other than the thought that you helped someone else. It feels good to give this way - try it.