Recycling and the WEEE Directive
Distributor Take Back Scheme Customer and Compliance Statement - recycling household electrical equipment.
What is WEEE?
With effect from July 2007, the UK's Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Regulations obliges all producers of electrical equipment to pay for recycling of household electrical goods. Previously this bill was met by councils, or items were not recycled at all. These regulations also require that all retailers both actively assist in delivering a UK-wide WEEE collection infrastructure and encourage the participation of consumers in recycling electronic equipment.
What are Tallon International doing?
So that you can get your waste electrical goods recycled, we have contributed towards a national fund to assist local councils to further develop their existing waste electronics collection facilities, which will in turn allow producers of this equipment to meet their obligations.
We are registered with WEEE Link for Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Directive (WEEE Directive). Our membership number is WEE/FC0399UU.
Where can I recycle my electrical goods?
Not all council sites are suitable to collect all types of waste electrical goods, so to find out your nearest participating site (including other collection facilities that may not be operated by the council) visit Recycle-more's 'Bank Locator' and enter your postcode.
Where can I learn more?
Find out how to minimise your effect on the environment by visiting www.recycle-more.co.uk. Locate your nearest recycling facilities for electrical waste with the recycle-more.co.uk bank locator, which includes an easy to use interactive mapping system.
You will also find advice and tips on how to recycle waste electrical goods and other household items, making it quick and easy for everyone to recycle-more!