Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE)

The Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment regulations came in to force on the 1st July 2007, it was essentially created to make sure that companies who dealt with electronic equipment disposed of them correctly.

Waste electronic equipment

Any company which falls in to one of the categories that is defined by WEEE is considered as a producer and must legally register their company with the compliance scheme.

From fax machines, computer monitors, PCBs, printers, and IT equipment, to fridges, air-conditioning units and freezers, Advanced Waste Solutions offer a fully WEEE Directive compliant on-demand collection, disposal, and recycling solution for both non-hazardous, and hazardous Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE).

Managing electronic waste is something which has become law and so that any company which complies with the specifications.

If your company falls in to any one of the following categories, then you must comply with the WEEE:

A single or multiple item collection can be arranged, and containers to house WEEE on site if is to be collected over a period of time can also be provided.

If you have any questions regarding WEEE then please make sure you contact a member of our staff and they will be more than happy to answer any question that you may have regarding this.

We are always looking for new and more efficient ways in which we can improve our disposal of electrical and electronic equipment while still complying fully with the regulations that have been set.

This is mainly done to make sure that our customers get the best value for money service on the market to do with WEEE.

Contact Us Today

For more information regarding our WEEE disposal service please get in touch on 01202 870833 today.

A great personal service is always provided by the friendly AWS team.

- Nick Smith, Director, Salterns Marina -

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