Waste of Electrical and Electronic Equipment Recycling (WEEE)

The Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Regulations became law in the UK on 1st January 2014.

The purpose of WEEE regulations is to set targets for the collection, recovery and recycling of waste electrical and electronic equipment across Europe and divert volumes of waste electrical equipment from landfill. This places the liability on businesses to be responsible for their items when they become waste.

With businesses being the biggest cause of unnecessary electronic waste, it’s important that old equipment is disposed of correctly. We can help your business correctly dispose of electrical items, and help to reduce the amount of electrical waste that goes to landfill every year.

If you choose Custard to dispose of your electrical equipment, a Certificate of Recycling is presented to you once all items have been processed, to display ethical and compliant recycling of redundant equipment.

If you would like Custard to help your business dispose of their old, unwanted IT equipment in a legal, convenient and environmentally responsible way, please do not hesitate to contact us.

What should be recycled under WEEE?




Printers and Scanners

Keyboards and Mice


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For over two decades we have helped our customers become more dynamic, productive, secure and future proof, through innovative IT solutions for business problems. Whether your company needs help with IT infrastructure, flexible and reliable hardware or expert technical consultancy; We offer tailor-made IT support solutions to help your business continue to grow and thrive in this modern world.

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