How often have you had an electrical item break on you? Whether it’s your hair straighteners giving up the ghost or your freezer breaking down just after you’ve done the big shop; we’ve all been there. Even if your electrical appliances aren’t broken, it can be tempting to go for an upgrade when the latest model comes out. All of these scenarios leave you with a surplus of waste electrical and electronic equipment, or as it is more commonly known: WEEE.
This type of waste cannot be thrown away by the usual means of general waste bins which makes WEEE disposal and WEEE recycling a little trickier. It is important to dispose of this waste properly as it can have serious impacts on the environment If handled irresponsibly.
Here are some frequently asked questions which often surround the subject of WEEE.
Throughout this guide we’ll be looking at WEEE defintions, WEEE regulations and more.. If you’ve found out all you need to know about WEEE and just need a reliable service to get rid of your waste you’re also in the right place. We have a number of rubbish removal options such as ‘Man & Van’ collections and Skip Bags.