Call us for advice and a FREE quotation: We can always provide excellent quotations for electrical waste clearance in all W8 | W10 | W14 Postcodes.
Electrical appliances are subject to WEEE Regulations which specify all electrical waste should be recycled in W8 | W10 | W14 Kensington in accordance with laid down regulations. Our electrical waste service is available for London home owners, landlords, estate agents and tenants. Use this service to recycle electrical waste(WEEE) and all unrequired items. We collect all types of electrical rubbish in London - larger loads get good discounts.
We are licensed carriers and provide a waste transfer note: All the waste we collect is sorted for recycling - electrical waste is subject to WEEE regulations. We currently recycle as much as 80% of all the waste we collect. We are also licensed to carry certain types of less hazardous waste.
ELECTRICAL WASTE REGULATIONS W8 | W10 | W14
WEEE REQUIREMENT ELECTRICAL PRODUCTS
WEEE recycling regulations apply to all electrical epuipment used in household, private, commercial premises and offices.
Every year, people dump roughly 50 million tonnes of harmful and toxic electronic waste into the environment. In the EU, the target is to collect 65 tonnes of e-waste by 2019. The new law, expected to be enforced in 2014, supersedes the Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Directive of 2003.
It obliges sellers to take in electronic devices sold even when there is no purchase or replacement for recycling. In addition, exporters of electronic goods are also required to include documentation of recycling, repair, and re-use to prevent exports of e-waste to poor countries.
Hence, saying yes to recycling and reusing electronic goods can go a long way in ensuring that the pressures on the fragile environment and ecosystem are drastically reduced.
WEEE regulations covers TVs, batteries, lead acid batteries, computers, tablets, mobile devices, monitors, fridges, electrical cookers, toasters, washing machines, dish washers, gardening grass cutters, power tools, solar panels, hedge trimmers... ...electic toys, hair dryers...all electrical appliances.
Electrical Appliances include:
(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
We offer complete electrical waste clearance services taking away and recycling all electrical appliances, refrigerators, dryers, cookers etc, as above.
A FREE check on your current waste collection requirements can provide your company with a cost saving waste disposal system. And of course we are very often able to provide 'same day' collections, as our trucks are generally in and around London most days of the week.
Duty of Care Compliance
Advice if you are using client services to dispose or your rubbish.
When disposing of rubbish you have a legal 'Duty of Care'. The Duty of Care applies to everyone involved in handling unwanted articles:
from the person who produces it... to the person who finally disposes of or recovers it.
Duty of Care is one of the main ways to combat illegal flytipping.
Waste Management London supply free waste transfer notes for all waste and rubbish clearance in London in accordance with The Environment regulations in the UK.
TRADE & BUILDERS ELECTRICAL WASTE
Our trade waste electrical collection services are available for commercial users i.e. builders, tradesmen, landlords, estate agencies for clearance of individual items and bulk for recycling - minimum prices apply - discounts apply to larger quantities of electrical waste collected.
At our rubbish collection depot we have space and facilities to sort clients' waste clearance and effectively recycle as necessary, so there is need for our clients to separate diffent items for recycling into different categories.