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Tuesday, 13 September 2016

Working closely with the Environment Agency

Increasingly, due to VOIP and Cloud based communications, we are seeing an increasing number of used phone systems that are classed as electrical waste products. Our most recent collection totalled over 3000 desk phones from a large financial corporation. But this isn't the whole story.
 
Companies communicate via voice and email but also by print! Everyone knows any small to large business with a number of employees will have the time honoured A4 printer. We have found that companies are moving to smaller and smarter printing and as a result we are collecting an increasing number of brand name printers and photocopiers for disposal.
 

Each unit is stripped down part for part, in an effort to reduce waste, and all plastics, electronics and left over chemicals are disposed of correctly. How do we do this? We work with some of the biggest name recyclers that you have never heard of, big names that utilise a willing workforce to break down photocopiers and printers into recyclable pieces.

 
We regularly co-operate with the Environment Agency to be absolutely sure that we work within the boundaries of the law when it comes to recycling electrical waste. WEEE regulations are strictly adhered to, given that its the future of the environment that's at stake, and we are careful not to overstep the boundaries set out by European Law.
 
We take great care to ensure that whatever we dispose of is disposed of legally in the correct manner, no matter if its air conditioning units and commercial refrigeration or Computers and Used Telephone Systems. We can assist you in disposal of your redundant technology.