Collect and Recycle

Electronic Disposal

We Provide a safe and compliant electronic disposal Service Across the UK

Our electronic disposal service can take the worry and hard work of dealing with electronic waste off your hands. We’re specialists in electrical and electronic waste recycling and have all of the resources necessary to effectively dispose of any electrical items. Our collection service will take care of entire waste streams, dealing with the whole process from start to finish and leaving no responsibility on your shoulders.

When we pick up your electrical and electronic equipment, we will take it to our recycling plant and pass it through the entire recycling process.

Whether you’re looking to dispose of large household appliances or smaller electrical and electronic equipment like mobile phones and game consoles, you can rely on us to provide the perfect solution!

Our Service

Whether you want to dispose of vacuum cleaners, kitchen appliances like washing machines or more niche items like circuit boards, we’ll be able to effectively recycle whatever you need us to. We are specialists in all aspects of weee recycling.

For any further information, or to arrange a collection, please get in touch. A friendly member of our team will be able to come up with an action programme that will see us collect your electronic device or devices at a time that is convenient for you!

Electronic Disposal Regulations

Every year, around two million tonnes of electrical and electronic waste is produced in the UK alone. It’s not all too surprising that back in 2013, the government introduced specific guidelines regarding electrical waste to ensure that it is disposed of responsibly. Since The Waste Electric and Electronic Equipment (or “WEEE”) Regulations became law, it is essential that you dispose of any of the following items responsibly in order to avoid prosecution and fines up to £5000:

  • Large household appliances – e.g. fridges, cookers, microwaves, washing machines, air conditioners and dishwashers
  • Small household appliances – e.g. vacuum cleaners, irons, toasters and clocks
  • IT and telecommunications equipment – e.g. personal computers,
  • copying equipment, telephones and pocket calculators
  • Consumer equipment – e.g. radios, televisions, hi-fi equipment, camcorders ad musical instruments
  • Lighting equipment – e.g. straight and compact fluorescent tubes and high-intensity discharge lamps
  • Electrical and electronic tools – e.g. drills, saws and sewing machines, electric lawnmowers
  • Toys, leisure and sports equipment – e.g. electric trains, games consoles and running machines
  • Medical devices – e.g. (non-infected) dialysis machines, analysers, medical freezers and cardiology equipment
  • Monitoring and control equipment – e .g. smoke detectors, thermostats and heating regulators
  • Automatic dispensers – e.g. hot drinks dispensers and money dispensers 

You can determine whether your electronic device is WEEE by looking for the WEEE symbol printed on it. This is a crossed out wheelie bin.

Why choose us

Quality Service

Our mission is to attract and retain customers by providing a consistently reliable waste collection service. We work with a verified network of haulage partners to ensure we can deliver on our promises.

Total Compliance

All collections are compliant with environmental legislation to ensure your business has peace of mind when disposing of all types of waste. Every collection will have a full paperwork & audit trail.

Environmentally Friendly

Recycling your waste is at the forefront of what we do. Each waste type is processed at authorised treatment facilities to ensure the maximum possible recycling rates. Recycling reports are available to all our customers.

Book a Collection

Most of us will dispose of some electronic items at some point in our lifetimes. So, what can you do to ensure that they are disposed of properly? It’s highly unlikely that you will be able to recycle these items yourself. WEEE items are renowned for containing a complex mix of materials, ranging from plastics to metal, glass, ceramics and precious metals. WEEE items can also contain hazardous substances such as arsenic, cadmium, lead, mercury and certain flame retardants. As you can imagine, attempting to dismantle your WEEE items into individual components for recycling yourself wouldn’t just be difficult and time-consuming. It could be potentially dangerous too! 

Leave it to the experts and book a collection today!

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