Electrical & furniture
We make sure that your old electrical equipment and furniture is sent for ethical and compliant disposal. In accordance with the WEEE Directive, all electrical items, such as fridges, freezers, hoovers and toasters are collected and broken down for recycling.
- One-off clearances or regular collections
- All furniture and electrical items are accepted
- Everything is reused or recycled within the UK
What do we collect?
Unwanted computers, printers, phones and other pieces of office equipment can all be recycled. You can find out more about our IT recycling on our ITAD page.
Anything with a plug counts as WEEE; we can collect toasters, kettles, microwaves and any other unwanted kitchen appliances.
Chairs, desks and any other kind of furniture can be collected. Items in good condition will be reused, those beyond repair will be disassembled and the parts recycled.
Dishwashers, washing machines and fridges can all be collected. Items containing ozone depleting substances, like fridges, will require a hazardous waste note.
How do we collect?
- For larger quantities of electrical equipment and small pieces of furniture
- We drop the cage off and collect it along with your other recycling, at a time that suits you
- On wheels, so useful for bulking up equipment that is stored in various locations
- We can collect loose items of electronic equipment and furniture
- Collected along with your other recycling or as a one-off clearance
- You will be asked for an inventory of items and we will provide you with a quote
What happens to your electrical & furniture?
The Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Directive was transposed into UK law from a European Community Directive in 2006. The Directive stipulates that collection, recycling and recovery rates of electrical goods should be at 4kg per capita, so the UK regulations place legal obligations on householders and businesses to prevent WEEE being disposed of in the general waste stream. For businesses, a licensed waste carrier must be contracted to collect and either recycle or recover the WEEE, and it must not be placed into the general waste stream. 100% of the WEEE Secure Paper collects is recovered, and we prioritise reuse over recycling in accordance with the waste hierarchy.