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  • Call us for advice about WEEE electrical Regulations collection & recycling:  We can generally offer a same day WEEE collection and removal of electical appliances in all Hackney areas.

  • WEEE Regulations Electrical Goods Recycling, removal, waste management, batteries, mobile devices, TVs, Monitors and all household appliances.  WEEE regulations also apply to Computer Equipment and monitors as well as printers and associated equipment.  Transformers and lighting equipment are included in the WEEE Regulations.

  • We are licensed carriers and provide a waste transfer note:  All the waste we collect and remove is sorted for recycling including electrical waste which is subject to WEEE regulations.  We currently recycle up to 80% of all the waste we collect.

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Over 95% of all the electrical waste we collect is recycled.

Electrical Waste Collection and Removal WEEE city of London

Our 'Load & Go' rubbish service can save clients a lot of money as skips require planning permission and incur other extra charges in the city of London where parking is strictly controlled.  We offer our WEEE collections at times that suit clients.

An extract from the current proposals...

Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE): implementing the recast Directive and UK system changes

The revised WEEE Regulations that are expected to come into force from 1 January 2014.

Proposal: Financing: WEEE from private households

8.(1) In each compliance period, the financing of the costs of the collection, treatment, recovery and environmentally sound disposal of WEEE from private households that:

(a)is deposited at a designated collection facility; or (b)is returned under regulation 32 but is not deposited at a designated collection facility,
during that compliance period (the relevant WEEE) shall be the responsibility of all producers who put EEE on the market in the United Kingdom in that compliance period.

(2) Each producer to whom paragraph (1) applies shall be responsible for financing the costs of the collection, treatment, recovery and environmentally sound disposal of an amount of the relevant WEEE.

Categories of EEE covered by these Regulations
  1. Large household appliances
  2. Small household appliances
  3. IT and telecommunications equipment
  4. Consumer equipment
  5. Lighting equipment
  6. Electrical and electronic tools (with the exception of large-scale stationary industrial tools)
  7. Toys, leisure and sports equipment
  8. Medical devices (with the exception of all implanted and infected products)
  9. Monitoring and control instruments
  10. Automatic dispensers

1) Large household appliances - This includes Large cooling appliances, refrigerators, freezers .... electric stoves, heating appliances to:
2) Small household appliances - Such as hair dryers, toasters, electric toothbrushes, and even clocks and watches as well as electric hand tools and electric train sets!

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Our Rubbish Removal Service is fast, reliable and efficient.  Our working drivers are polite and will undertake extra tasks if required by agreement on extra costs involved.  We are determined to satisfy our customers' changing needs and encourage sustainable recycling for the benefit of the communities we serve.


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