Unit 9A, 80 High Street,
Egham, Surrey, TW209HE, UK
Our Telecoms Recycling service allows for the recycling of all types of hardware and we do not require it to be working. We handle all types of equipment ranging from a small business phone system through to a large multi-site, multi-functional telecommunications system.
All brands and types including analogue and digital can be recycled in the same manner. We also recycle telecom aerials, antennas and site equipment for national telecommunication providers. Once we know the equipment you have to dispose of, we can then create a tailor made solution for effortless recycling.
All items removed from our customer sites are disposed of in accordance with the WEEE directive for the collection, recovery and recycling for all electrical equipment. We can also provide asset tracking and serial reporting to your requirements which not only demonstrate the positive contribution to the bottom line, but also environmental excellence – contributing to our clients’ corporate responsibility programmes.
We salvage material that can be reused before transferring the material to large facilities where redundant equipment is broken down into separate waste streams and recycled or otherwise treated.
Growing Problem: E-waste is one of the fastest growing waste streams in the world, with an estimated 50 million tons generated globally each year.
Hazardous Materials: Many electronic devices contain toxic materials such as lead, mercury, and cadmium that can harm the environment and human health if not properly disposed of.
Landfill Danger: When e-waste is sent to landfills, toxic chemicals can leach into the soil and groundwater, contaminating the environment.
Resource Waste: E-waste also represents a significant waste of valuable resources, as many discarded electronic devices still contain usable parts and materials.
Under-recycling: Despite the potential risks and resource waste associated with e-waste, only a small fraction of it is properly recycled. In many cases, e-waste is shipped to developing countries where it is often not managed in an environmentally responsible manner.
Long-term Effects: The effects of improper e-waste disposal can persist for decades or even centuries, leading to long-term harm to the environment and human health.
Costly: The cost of managing e-waste can be high, as specialised facilities and processes are required to safely and responsibly dispose of the hazardous materials found in many electronic devices.
Importance of Recycling: Proper e-waste recycling can help reduce the environmental and health impacts associated with the disposal of electronic devices, as well as conserve valuable resources and minimize the waste of valuable materials.
As each recycling service differs in size and requirements, please contact us to discuss your needs further.
Wee Compliance Registration Number: WEE/MM5351AA