From household appliances and IT equipment, to tools and medical equipment, it is highly likely that your business will have some form of Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE).
The WEEE Directive became European Law in 2003: it placed WEEE into ten categories, with the aim to recycle at least 85% of WEEE by 2016. This was transposed into UK law in 2006.
Dependent on the chemicals your WEEE contains, it could be hazardous or non hazardous. We can provide simple container solutions to suit your individual storage needs, including 1100L bins for non-hazardous waste.
Examples of hazardous WEEE include computer monitors, televisions, fridges and air conditioning units. While B&M Waste Services offer a collection service for both hazardous and non-hazardous WEEE, it is essential that they are segregated and stored correctly. If you wish, our operatives can offer training for segregation, packing and labelling your hazardous waste.
We can offer collection services from a single collection point or from multiple sites with many different collection points: our service is flexible and tailored around your individual requirements. Our collection service is predicated on recycling as much as possible to minimise the negative impact WEEE can have on the environment. Focused on compliance, we give you ‘cradle to grave’ documentation to show the entire life cycle of your waste.
So, rather than storing your old electrical waste for years – using valuable office space and risking fines – get in touch with our experienced hazardous waste team today. With over 45 years combined experience and in-house chemists, we offer a free, full site audit and safe, audited recycling and disposal outlets. We also work with a variety of disposal sites to ensure that we get the best deal for you. Contact us today or get a quote to find out more.