The WEEE Directive reduces the amount of electronic waste disposed of via landfill or incineration, limiting pollution.
Recycling electronic waste ensures that heavy metals found in waste don’t pollute the air, ground and surface water.
Recycling electronic waste limits requirements for further manufacturing, curbing emissions, conserving natural resources, and preventing greenhouse gas emissions.
We aim to reduce our footprint and become carbon neutral
Effective reporting has reduced our emissions and supported environmental initiatives
We provide full reports, including direct and indirect emissions
Taking a considered approach to our day-to-day operations, we’re a paperless workplace that relies on digital technology to manage our business.
Our state-of-the-art facility is ATF accredited, the highest standard of licensing available from the Environment Agency for waste treatment sites.
Where possible, we recycle or reuse waste, meaning less waste sent to landfill and a reduction in future manufacturing costs.
By investing in new technology to make processes more efficient, we are working towards a 0% waste to landfill target.
Our fleet of new vehicles means we’re able to collect your electronic waste in the most efficient way possible.
All your electronic waste is managed and destroyed at our facility, with no unnecessary miles covered during the transportation stage.