It is illegal for businesses to dispose of waste electrical/electronic equipment (WEEE) or e-waste in their general waste and they are required to prove that their e-waste was given to a waste management company and was treated and disposed of in an environmentally sound way.
E-waste encompasses all electronic and electrical equipment from the most specialized printing press to the memory stick on your key-chain, from the laptop on your desk to the toaster in your staff canteen. It is all covered by the WEEE Directive.
E-waste recycling can be a complicated issue for businesses. It can be very time consuming and costly for businesses to keep track off the various equipment manufacturers, suppliers and compliance schemes.
This is why we offer e-waste collection and recycling to businesses across the North East.
One call sorts the issue out properly and responsibly. We can offer a regular collection service or ad-hoc collections as and when you have e-waste ready for disposal. Our custmers are supplied with the necessary paper work to prove that the material has been handled correctly.