Disposing of your old electronic
You’ll find this symbol on all your electrical items. It is a reminder to recycle your old electricals, rather than disposing of them in the bin.
What can be recycled?
Anything with a plug, battery, or cable can be recycled or reused! The materials from recycled electricals can be used in everything from children’s playgrounds to lifesaving equipment, while donated tech can help bridge the digital divide.
Why recycle your electronics?
Recycling and reusing unwanted electrical or electronics can help save the planet, boost the economy and improve lives. Not only that, electrical and electronic equipment (EEE) contains materials, parts, and substances that can be dangerous to the environment and harmful to human health if not disposed of correctly. Electrical and electronic equipment is now the fastest growing waste stream in the UK and across the world. Discover the impact of reusing and recycling your electricals here
How should I recycle my electronics?
We will recycle any of your electronic equipment supplied from us, free of charge. Should you (the customer) need to return a product, we can provide pre-paid postage to yourself, where the product is returned to our distributor Net Lynk for correct disposal. You can also find local recycling points for your old electricals here
Reducing waste electricals
As part of our commitment to reducing the amount of unwanted electrical waste being incinerated or sent to landfill sites, we’ll recycle your old electricals free of charge when you buy new ones. Together we can stop precious resources from being lost forever, save lives and help protect the planet. Every year, we collect, reuse and recycle thousands of tonnes of old electrical and electronic equipment. We take all your old electricals to a recycling plant for processing and separate them into individual materials, so they can be turned into new, more useful things. Watch this film about how your old electricals are recycled. Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) is regulated by the UK Government. Find out more here.