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Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Recycling

Since 2007, all WEEE produced by companies in the United Kingdom can no longer be only landfilled. It must be disposed of properly under the Hazardous Waste Regulations. All nonhousehold users of electric and electronic equipment must check to see whether they want to either register as a maker of WEEE or are exempt.



WEEE refers to a broad range of electronic and electrical things, both big and little. Listing them all here would be too prolonged, but typical items include IT equipment, household appliances, light, tools, toys, sporting goods, medical devices and monitoring equipment.



Enrolling as a manufacturer may well not mean that you must spend to dispose of your waste; nevertheless you will have to maintain records of all WEEE produced. You should complete either a waste transfer note or even a hazardous waste consignment note whenever someone gathers your WEEE. Which note you fill in depends on whether the WEEE is dangerous or not.



The European Waste Catalogue (EWC) categorizes everything we throw away, and can assist you to decide whether the waste is dangerous or not. What sort of company you official statement are also determines the way you will have to follow the regulations.





The function of the directive is mainly twofold. Firstly, it promotes decrease and recycling of waste. A substantial proportion of such equipment can simply be recycled, such as wiring, metals, plastics & circuit boards. Secondly, there are dangerous materials in lots of the products. Simply dumping them as landfill would mean these pollutants would eventually escape from the landfill and poison the surroundings. This is prohibited under both EU and United Kingdom law and of course highly unethical as well.



They have to have the ability to return their old one, if the client buys a fresh refrigerator.





Businesses can return WEEE free of charge to whoever manufactured the equipment if it was purchased new after 13th August 2005. Should you be replacing WEEE bought before this date with new EEE of the exact exact same type, you can return the WEEE for free to the new equipment is made by whoever.





Always keep the item registration number when purchasing EEE, since this will assist you contact the manufacturer when it needs replacing.

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