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Archive for the ‘Computer Disposal’ Category

Why the Waste and Electrical Equipment Legislation is so Important

Introduced in 2007 the Waste Electronic and Electrical Equipment (WEEE) legislation is designed as a framework by which industry and commerce can formally dispose of the millions of tonnes of which is generated every year across the European Union, of which a large proportion originates in the UK. The framework now places a duty of […]

Do not dispose of your electronic and electrical equipment without the assistance of a licenced operative

Since 2007 the onus has been placed on business owners and other stakeholders within a business to dispose of electrical and electronic equipment by way of a duly licenced operator, pursuant to the instructions and responsibilities laid down in the Waste Electronic & Electric Equipment legislation (WEEE). Any waste which falls into these categories are […]

How to dispose of redundant electrical equipment safely

Protect the environment and dispose of redundant electrical equipment safely and responsibly; we are currently sitting on a time bomb and we don’t know when it is going to detonate and what the fallout will be for later generations. This time bomb is a legacy of the millions of tons of electrical and electronic equipment […]

Current WEEE Legislation

The current WEEE legislation (Waste Electronic & Electric Equipment) which was added to the statute books in 2007 has been introduced to combat the exponential increase in redundant electrical and electronic equipment and eliminate as far as is reasonably practical disposal of same in landfill sites. Plastic shells and covers, steel and aluminium frames and […]

How WEEE affects Business Owners

What is WEEE and how does it affect business owners and what are the penalties should WEEE be ignored? WEEE is the acronym of Waste Electronic & Electric Equipment and covers just about everything which uses electrical power to operate, and all of which is now classified as controlled industrial waste. The list is long […]

Whatever business you are in you’re obligated by law to dispose of electrical and IT equipment by licenced operators

Whatever business you are involved in you’re obligated by law to dispose of electrical and IT equipment by licenced operators; to tackle the very serious issue of increasing numbers of redundant electrical equipment entering landfill sites and being lost forever, the Waste Electronic & Electric Equipment legislation (WEEE) was introduced in 2007. This legislation places […]

Go green and dispose of your redundant IT equipment with confidence

Any piece of equipment which is used in the home or workplace and has as an element of its internal workings printed circuit boards, micro processor controls and similar control elements are all subject to Waste Electronic & Electric Equipment legislation (WEEE). This legislation was introduced onto the statute books in 2007 and has been […]

Photovoltaic – The Application of The Future

You’ve probably seen calculators with solar cells — devices that never need batteries and in some cases, don’t even have an off button. As long as there’s enough light, they seem to work forever. You may also have seen larger solar panels, perhaps on emergency road signs, call boxes, buoys and even in parking lots […]

Why is Halloween called Halloween?

Straddling the line between Autumn and Winter, plenty and paucity, life and death, Halloween is a time of celebration and superstition. It is thought to have originated with the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain, when people would light bonfires and wear costumes to ward off roaming ghosts. In the eighth century, Pope Gregory III designated […]

Household Fuel Bills – Up Again!

Energy companies are gearing up to increase household fuel bills by removing the cheapest gas and electricity deals from the market. Annual bills might rise by as much as £200 over the next year, according to one price comparison site. The Bank of England stated in its recent inflation report that the UK would see […]