Mixed WEEE Recycling

Cost effective Total WEEE Management Services

We can manage all of your WEEE Waste services in line with government guidelines and legislation, whilst remaining a cost effective and sustainable solution.

Why use Priority WEEE?

  • National Service to Mainland UK

  • Relevant licences in place to collect your WEEE

  • Next day collections subject to location

  • Free access to customer portal

  • Free Waste assessments

  • Security Vetted personnel

  • Real time vehicle tracking

  • Fast turn-around from first contact to collection

  • 24/7 Access to your historic documentation

  • Data destruction as standard

We pride ourselves with the responses of our knowledgeable and professional customer services team who are on hand at any time to discuss your requirements on the telephone, by chat or by email. Our response is fast and efficient and we are here to help.

Offering a total WEEE Recycling and disposal package, Priority WEEE can manage your requirements from a free waste review through to providing a selection of relevant containers and scheduled collections, or we can simply offer a one-off ad-hoc service.

Our flexible approach to managing your inventory can meet any business requirement from basic collections utilising a standard hazardous waste consignment note through to bespoke tailor-designed inventory and management reports.

Items that we can recycle:

  • IT Equipment

  • Televisions / Monitors

  • Printers

  • Photocopiers

  • Fridges / Freezers

  • Air-con Units

  • Fluorescent Tubes & Bulbs

  • Batteries

  • Laboratory & Medical Equipment

  • Warranty Return items

  • Dated Stock Items

  • Commercial & Industrial Equipment

  • Engineering Equipment

  • Power tools

  • Plotters & Commercial Printers

  • e-Cigarettes

  • Lighting equipment

  • Movie & Broadcasting equipment

  • Audio Equipment

  • Alarm systems & CCTV

  • Industrial & Domestic Vacuum cleaners

  • Commercial sweepers

  • Solar equipment

  • Smoke detectors

  • Robotics

  • Electronic Components

  • Cables



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What is WEEE?

WEEE Stands for ‘Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment’ and refers to items that have come to their end of life.

Is my electronic equipment classed as WEEE?

This ultimately depends on whether you would classify the equipment as waste or you would consider a re-use option when assessing the equipment. If you do believe it to be waste, then it would become WEEE. If on the other hand, there is still life in the equipment and it isn’t too old to re-use, then it may be transferrable as assets – We can assist with this once we have a list or pictures of the equipment that you are assessing.

Is electronic waste classified as hazardous?

As of July 2019, the POPS (Persistent Organic Pollutants) directive in WEEE has come in to force. This means that unless it can be proven that WEEE does not contain Persistent Organic Pollutants in the plastics, then it has to be assumed to contain it. Other hazardous chemicals found in WEEE can be Lead Phosphor, Mercury, CFC’s (Chlorofluorocarbon), PCB’s (Polychlorinated Biphenyl’s) and even asbestos as well as a few other chemicals.

How are you able to recycle our old equipment?

Wherever possible, we will review your equipment and categorise into an asset or a waste stream, This can be done by reviewing photo’s or lists. If an item can be removed as an asset, then we will refurbish and re-use. If not, the equipment is collected for material recovery where the components will be segregated and put back in to re-manufacturing or POPS containing waste will be sent for incineration that produces renewable energy.

What happens to any data or hard drives that we may have?

We provide a data destruction service where hard drives and data devices are physically shredded rather than re-used, therefore eliminating any potential security risks to your data whilst remaining GDPR compliant.

How fast can you come to collect?

Our collection availability can range from 24 hours through to 7 days maximum subject to your requirements.

Can you provide containers for regular WEEE collections?

Yes, subject to your requirements, we can offer a wide variety of containers from 60 litre smaller boxes through to large 20 foot lockable containers. We can also arrange a free site audit to determine your requirements if you are unsure.

Would you need us to help remove the items ready for collection?

Our operatives will attend site and collect from your preferred location as long as it is safe to do  so and will not require your assistance. We are unable to climb ladders however, or unsafe stair cases though.

We are on the fifth floor and do not have a lift. Are you still able to collect our waste?

Yes, with meticulous planning and a review of your site, we can make arrangements to still remove the equipment by taking extra safety precautions and sending additional personnel where required.

Our fridge is contaminated with very old food. Can you remove it?

Fridges cannot be removed from site in a contaminated condition, however, we are able to provide an on-site decontamination service prior to collection – Please ask for details.

Do I need to box everything up prior to the collection?

Most items do not need boxing up as we carry relevant containers with us to collate these, however, pre-boxing of smaller items such as peripherals, would vastly assist to speed up the collection when on site.

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