HELPING YOU HANDLE YOUR ELECTRONIC AND ELECTRICAL WASTE
The Waste Electric and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Regulations 2013 became law in the UK on January 1, 2014.
They set out what must be done to deal with the two million items of e-waste we dispose of every year.
WEEE waste can contain potentially dangerous substances such as mercury, PCBs, lead, and coolants.
Each category of WEEE waste has its own rules for shredding, disassembly, and recycling, so dealing with e-waste can be a complicated matter. You can read the Defra guidelines here.
Businesses and organisations have a duty of care to the environment and the public and must ensure their WEEE waste is dealt with correctly.
We help you categorise your WEEE waste, including batteries, advise you on storing it correctly, transfer it with the correct paperwork, and take it to facilities with the appropriate licences.
We’ll make the process as simple as possible.