WEEE Disposal

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Waste Electrical and Electrical Equipment (WEEE) can be simply described as any item that has a plug or uses batteries. It consists largely of white goods and large household appliances, used domestically and commercially across the board.  

 WEEE regulations have been in place for nearly two decades. They set out requirements for the recovery, reuse, recycling and treatment of WEEE in order to reduce the negative impact on the environment.

Electrical waste releases harmful toxins into the environment and contributes to a large proportion of unnecessary landfill. Ensuring responsible disposal of WEEE products is not simply a legal obligation, but is the sustainable choice for any environmentally conscious business.

What industries do we collect WEEE from?

WEEE is a common form of waste, produced in the majority of commercial settings. We provide WEEE solutions to a range of industries including:

  • Laboratories
  • Manufacturing
  • Hospitals
  • Utilities
  • Fit out

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    Why choose Envirovue for WEEE disposal?

    A rise in environmentally conscious consumers has meant ‘throw away’ attitudes to WEEE are changing, and like Envirovue, our clients want to do the best for the environment, while complying to legal regulations.

    Advances in recycling technology mean WEEE is much more readily recycled than it was just several years ago, but what is possible is still not widely understood.

    It can be confusing and time consuming to get your head around your WEEE, so let us do the hard work and create a bespoke solution for your business. We’ll also deal with all documentation, saving you time and resource.

    As the experts in sustainable waste disposal, with a commitment to diverting waste from landfill where possible, Envirovue will dispose of your WEEE legally and responsibly, while remaining unquestionably cost-effective.

    What are the different types of WEEE?

    WEEE covers most electrical items, but the regulations set out 10 useful categories to support classification:

    • Large household appliances (eg. fridges, cookers, washing machines)
    • Small household appliances (eg. toasters, hairdryers, clocks)
    • IT and telecommunications equipment (eg. computers, phones, routers)
    • Consumer equipment (eg. TVs, stereos, musical instruments)
    • Lighting equipment (eg. fluorescent tubes)
    • Electrical and electronic tools (eg. drills, saws, lawnmowers)
    • Toys, leisure and sports equipment (eg. games consoles, running machines)
    • Medical devices (eg. dialysis machines, cardiology equipment)
    • Monitoring and control equipment (eg. smoke detectors, thermostats)
    • Automatic dispensers (eg. vending machines, ATMs)


    Alderley park is an expanding multi-purpose community, made up of diverse businesses, residences, leisure and retail facilities producing a huge range of waste types