Electrical and electronic equipment (EEE) is regulated to reduce the amount of waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) – either incinerated or sent to landfill sites.
Reduction is achieved through various measures which encourage the recovery, re-use and recycling of products and components. We encourage organisations to adhere to these regulations and encourage them to contact recycling companies to remove IT waste however, this can be at a cost.
For items working or faulty that may have a value and would be classed as ‘redundant’ and not waste, why throw it away?
We are registered with the environment agency under the T11 and a registered waste carrier however, here at EIS we are specialists in the collection and purchase of redundant IT to help you realise the value in your goods and, to reduce the cost of recycling but still adhere to the regulations as set out under the WEEE directive. Any goods we receive falling under the definition of ‘waste’ is handled and recycled in the correct manor.