Waste Hierarchy Model
Ewaste equipment for disposal and recycling will be handled in accordance with Article 4 of the revised EU Waste Framework Directive (Directive 2008/98/EC) sets out five steps for dealing with waste, ranked according to environmental impact – the ‘waste hierarchy’.
Business producers of waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) need to comply with the UK Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) 2013 regulations. It can often be difficult to understand your WEEE compliance obligations and it can be a daunting process to get compliant.
We make it easier for businesses like yours to understand the WEEE regulations and get a handle on your obligations and compliance. We help take the overhead out of WEEE waste management by providing our secure compliant disposal service ensuring you don’t have to worry about the headache of disposal for eWaste equipment
We ensure that anything that can be reused and recycled will be thus providing a zero-disposal cost to your business, anything of significant value we can negotiate a potential buy back from you and possible reuse revenue stream. This if course is down to a case by case collection basis and any costs of disposal and processing charges will be removed from the buyback revenue making this a fair and simple process to both parties when recovering costs.
Not Just I.T Disposal
How Can we Help?
We don’t just destroy IT equipment. Other electrical items can also be disposed of, in compliance with WEEE regulations please feel free to contact us to find out how we can help you.
We can also assist or manage your Data Centre life cycle changeover by de-racking and racking equipment on site ensuring costs reductions in the lifecycle management – we have a dedicated team that can provide this function and liaise with your server management or data centre staff to ensure an efficient and managed service with replacement of server and network hardware.