WEEE Recycling stands for ‘Waste of Electrical and Electronic Equipment Recycling’, which is anything that has a plug or needs a battery to power it. The waste electrical and electronic equipment regulations 2013 means that all WEEE products (both household and non-household) must be safely and legally disposed.  

If you are a manufacturer of WEEE, you must comply with the European WEEE Directive 2012 to reduce the generation of WEEE and enhance the collection, reuse, recycling, and recovery.

We provide a complete WEEE collection service across the UK that is fully compliant with the current regulations. In addition, we work with UK Approved Authorised Treatment Facilities (AATF) partners to provide you with complete legal documentation and statistics. 

WEEE Products we can collect

  • Large household appliances – fridges, cookers, microwaves, washing machines, and dishwashers
  • Small household appliances – vacuum cleaners, irons, toasters, and clocks
  • IT and telecommunications equipment – personal computers, copying equipment, telephones, and pocket calculators
  • Consumer equipment – radios, televisions, hi-fi equipment, camcorders, and musical instruments
  • Lighting equipment – straight and compact fluorescent tubes and high-intensity discharge lamps
  • Electrical and electronic tools – drills, saws and sewing machines, electric lawnmowers
  • Toys, leisure and sports equipment – electric trains, games consoles and running machines
  • Medical devices – (non infected) dialysis machines, medical freezers and cardiology equipment
  • Monitoring and control equipment e .g. smoke detectors, thermostats and heating regulators
  • Automatic dispensers – hot drinks dispensers and money dispensers.
  • Batteries 

As part of our service, we can also provide various recycling bins, including large WEEE bins and battery bins.