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Genuine Brother WT-200CL Waste Toner Unit

The Brother WT-200CL Waste Toner Unit. Duty cycle of 50,000 pages.

£16.79 Inc. VAT £13.99 Ex. VAT

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This genuine Brother WT-200CL Waste Toner Unit is compatible with a huge range of our laser printers. Designed to ensure that your documents are delivered quickly, efficiently and totally spotless, the WT-200CL helps to make maintaining your printer problem-free.

Key Features

  • Duty cycle of 50,000 pages
  • High quality genuine Brother unit
  • Keeps your laser printer performing at its best


This genuine WT-200CL Waste Toner Unit is an office essential when it comes to prolonging the lifespan of your printer and ensuring it continues to deliver high quality documents, time after time.

The WT-200CL collects any surplus toner that builds up in the machine so it can easily be disposed of without spillages, mess or fuss. This ensures that your printouts remain crisp and splatter-free, providing you with the professional results you expect from Brother.

Offering a duty cycle of 50,000 pages, this replacement waste toner cartridge is long-lasting and reliable, and makes day-to-day printer maintenance that much easier.


Did you know that you can recycle your old toner cartridges with Brother at no additional cost?

We’re committed to doing all we can to minimise our impact on the environment, and encourage our customers to contribute to this by making it as easy as possible for them to recycle any genuine used Brother cartridges.

Simply let us know how many empty toner cartridges you have and we’ll arrange for you to be able to return them to us, totally free of charge.

Thanks to our long-standing partnership with award-winning charity Cool Earth, our recycling work is helping indigenous villages to put a stop to rainforest destruction.

For more information and to find out how we can all work together for a better environment, visit Brother Earth.