Donating your working electrical goods so they can be reused is always better than sending them for recycling. Here’s why… It stops resources going to waste Manufacturing electrical goods requires a huge amount of valuable resources. But even if we recycled all...
The devices we use at home and in the office contain rare elements that only exist on Earth in tiny proportions, and they are running out. We want to make sure more of these elements are recovered and reused. Our smartphones, laptops and other digital devices rely on...
Electrical equipment was already the fastest growing waste stream in the world before lockdown, but the pandemic may have made things even worse. Now is the time to join our campaign to make sure unwanted electricals are reused or recycled. With a large number of...
Around 300,000 tonnes of valuable electrical waste is thrown away in domestic and commercial rubbish every year and lost forever. You can help us make sure unwanted electrical items end up in the right place. Waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) is a...
Research shows we’re hoarding 527 million small unwanted electrical items in our homes. Donating them for reuse or recycling them properly would benefit both the economy and the environment. EMERGE Recycling is helping our clients, partners and Manchester residents to...
We’ve partnered with the Recycle Your Electricals campaign to encourage more people to reuse and recycle their waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE). But what exactly is WEEE, and where does it end up when we throw it away? WEEE, also referred to as...
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