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WEEELAB UK can help you every step of the way when it comes to the recycling of electronic waste equipment. Using e-waste disposal & waste hierarchy guidelines we will firstly look at re-use. If possible our technicians will look where to refurbish the equipment ready to place back into the market. If the equipment is to old or deemed beyond repair then will follow guidelines for equipment disposal looking to recover all possible materials from items of WEEE.
In the current economic climate WEEELAB UK understands the need to try and get a return on assets that must be disposed of or recycled. It is not always possible to offer rebates on WEEE however should your company generate large quantities of electrical waste wherever possible we will offer free collection or rebates dependent on material types and minimum quantity.
WEEELAB UK is the trading name of ASUS Technologies LTD. ASUS Technologies LTD are registered with the Environment Agency as an upper tier waste carrier, dealer and broker. (Registration Number CBDU119180)
It's hard to know just what is needed to manage your e-waste business responsibilities. But don't worry, we're going to be there to go over any questions you may have.
Here at WEEELAB UK, we are dedicated to you and all your different e-waste needs we have evolved into one of the UK's leading laboratory and medical electronic e-waste equipment disposal companies working with the Public Sector, Academia and many Pharmaceutical organisations. We can confidently claim to have developed one of the most comprehensive, yet cost effective electronic equipment retirement solutions available today.
In line with our forward thinking approach we cover the whole of the mainland UK collecting a wide range of laboratory and medical related electronic e-waste equipment. Our aim is simply to take away the hassles associated with electronic waste equipment and disposal and provide our customers with a complete peace of mind solution for the management and retirement of redundant laboratory and medical equipment in line with the WEEE directive.