WEEE Recycling Tips

How to recycle electricals, computers and phones

Electronic items are notoriously difficult to recycle. Unlike, say, an empty bottle of milk or a cardboard box, you can’t just pop an electrical device out onto the street and expect it to be picked up with the rest of your recycling. This unfortunately means that many people decide not to recycle their electricals, leading […]

E-waste is a global issue – here’s how WEEE can help

We recently discussed the WEEE recycling policy and the duty of care that businesses must be aware of when disposing of electronic waste. As we mentioned, using a licensed waste contractor such as Clearance Solutions is a guaranteed way for businesses to ensure that they fulfill their duty of care. E-waste can cause serious problems […]

How WEEE recycling works and your Duty of Care

The term WEEE (waste electrical and electronic equipment) has become increasingly well known in the UK since the EU’s WEEE directive in 2007. Thanks to the directive, legislation was put in place to ensure that member states monitored how their waste electrical equipment was collected and processed. This in turn created targets to improve recycling […]

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