WEEE recycling solutions

At Enva, we provide the perfect solution to all of your WEEE plastic recycling needs. Our efficient and environmentally friendly process ensures that all plastics found in electrical materials are carefully separated before being transformed into reusable granules.

Under the regulations stipulated by the Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Directive, targets have been set to reduce the millions of tonnes of plastic wasted globally each year that come from sources such as household appliances, computer equipment, toys and much more. This is a true upgrading process: we take a waste product and transform it into a valuable raw material that has a variety of further uses, from injection moulding to regrinds for the plastics industry. Not only does this ensure that as little WEEE waste as possible ends up in landfill, it also provides cost-effective, high quality end product plastics for resale and distribution. 

For more information on our WEEE collection and recycling services, please complete the contact form below.

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There are 10 broad categories of WEEE:

  • Large household appliances
  • Small household appliances
  • IT and telecommunications equipment
  • Consumer and technological equipment
  • Lighting equipment
  • Electrical and electronic tools
  • Motor or battery operated toys
  • High tech medical devices
  • Domestic monitoring and control equipment
  • Automatic and electric dispensers

The acronym ‘WEEE’ can be broken down into ‘Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment’. This category of waste includes a large majority of products that have a plug or need a battery.

There are ten broad categories of WEEE currently outlined within the Regulations (see Schedules 1 and 2 of the Regulations), namely:

Large household appliances
This covers domestic appliances such fridges, cookers, microwaves, washing machines and dishwashers.

Small household appliances
This includes domestic appliances such as vacuum cleaners, irons, toasters and clocks.

IT and telecommunications equipment
Such as personal computers, copying equipment, telephones and pocket calculators, etc.

Consumer and technological equipment
This covers radios, televisions, hi-fi equipment, camcorders and musical instruments.

Lighting equipment
Straight and compact fluorescent tubes and high intensity discharge lamps.

Electrical and electronic tools
This includes equipment such as drills, saws and sewing machines, electric lawnmowers.

Motor or battery operated toys
This also covers leisure/recreational kits such as electric trains, games consoles and educational sets. Electrical sports and gym equipment such as running machines, cross trainers and electric bikes are included also, as well as the batteries themselves.

High tech medical devices
This describes (non-infected) dialysis machines, analysers, medical freezers and cardiology equipment.

Domestic monitoring and control equipment
Smoke detectors, thermostats and heating regulators.

Automatic and electric dispensers
This includes hot food or drinks dispensers and money dispensers.

Any electrical item not included in this list might be categorised differently, and so would require a different form of collection and disposal.

Call or complete the contact form below to speak to one of our Sales Team about your WEEE items or to arrange a collection.

With specialised containers and collection services, Enva helps customers to reduce the cost of disposing of WEEE waste, while ensuring they follow all regulations. We make sure all your waste electricals and electronic equipment are responsibly disposed of at one of our many waste facilities.

Call or complete the contact form below to speak to one of our Sales Team about your WEEE items or to arrange a collection.

Did you know Enva recycles and recovers 85% of the small domestic WEEE generated annually in the UK

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