The European WEEE Directive states that all businesses have a legal responsibility for the way in which they dispose of their IT. When you are replacing your IT, you need a company you can rely on to collect your redundant IT equipment to make sure that IT disposal is done in a secure and compliant way keeping it out of landfill.
This is where Ucan Recycling can help. As specialists in the IT recycling of WEEE and IT re-use of working items, we are fully licenced and regulated by the Environment Agency. We responsibly remove your waste IT and issue the correct paper work so you can rest assured that your business IT is recycled and data destruction carried out to industry standards. Certificates of Destruction are always supplied as standard.
When dealing with Ucan Recycling, you can be sure that:
With Ucan Recycling, it’s easy. IT recycling in 4 simple steps:
|A Grade Items*||10 items||20 items||30 items||40 items|
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|21 - 100 miles||50p/mile||FREE||FREE||FREE|
|101 - 200 miles||50p/mile||50p/mile||FREE||FREE|
*Grade A items are defined as: complete computers, laptops, servers, 19" + working flat screen monitors, switches but please give us a call and we will be happy to advise. For one off larger items we will charge accordingly based on mileage and man hours, call for details on 0113 2424421
As we are a not-for-profit company we have to be savvy with our route planning and plan collections according to postcode clusters, so we know you'll understand that it may be a few days before we can get to you. Whilst in the majority of cases we will try to collect your IT for free but we will have to pass on the £10 charge for the disposal of Hazardous monitors which is a cost incurred from the Environment Agency. Please also note that CRT monitors will incur a cost of £5 per unit to dispose of in accordance with Environment Agency charges.
Call us today on 0113 242 4421 to organise your redundant IT collection.
Where a diagnosis states the item cannot be fixed then it is classed as scrap or WEEE. When something attains this status, government legislation requires that it should be disposed of safely and responsibly. Ucan Recycling will break the items up into their component materials (metals, plastics, glass etc) and send them off to be recycled.
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Waste of electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) such as computers, TV-sets, fridges and mobile phones is one the fastest growing waste streams in the EU, with some 9 million tonnes generated in 2005, and expected to grow to more than 12 million tonnes by 2020.
Because WEEE is a complex mixture of materials and components that has hazardous content, if not properly handled it can cause major environmental and health problems. And importantly, the production of modern electronics requires the use of scarce and expensive resources (e.g. around 10% of total gold worldwide is used for their production). To improve the environmental management of WEEE and to contribute to a circular economy and enhance resource efficiency the improvement of collection, treatment and recycling of electronics at the end of their life is essential.
To address these problems two pieces of legislation have been put in place: The Directive on waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE Directive) and the Directive on the restriction of the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment (RoHS Directive)
The first WEEE Directive entered into force in February 2003. The Directive provided for the creation of collection schemes where consumers return their WEEE free of charge. These schemes aim to increase the recycling of WEEE and/or re-use. However, in line with the increase in consumer spend of electronics the Directive was revised in December 2008. The new WEEE Directive 2012/19/EU entered into force on 13 August 2012 and became effective on 14 February 2014.