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The changes introduced by the WEEE

The introduction of WEEE, that is to say the Waste Electrical & Electronic Equipment legislation which came into effect in 2007 brought about a sea change in the way in which electronic and electrical equipment was classified, as well as its management and subsequent disposal by industry. Within the framework of the legislation electrical and […]

The Background of the WEEE

Enacted in 2007 the WEEE (Waste Electrical & Electronic Equipment) legislation is a legal framework which formaises the disposal of electronic and electrical equipment, and is especially loaded against business and industry. Consumers buying their new mobile phones, laptops, computers, TVs and other personal electronic and electrical items can opt for the recycling process which […]

What is WEEE and what do you have to do to comply with the framework of the legislation?

The Waste & Electronic Equipment legislation, or to apply its acronym of WEEE was instigated in 2007 and places emphasis on the controlled disposal of all and any electrical and/or electronic equipment, and lays down a framework within which business owners and licenced disposal carriers and recyclers have to operate. Electrical and electronic equipment is […]

Climate Change

December 2010 the British weather delivered an early and spectacular cold blast to mark the start of the climate-change talks in Cancún, Mexico. Snow fell heavily in much of the country, and lightly over all of it; temperatures dropped to below -10°C. The chill might not presage another enduringly severe winter like that of 2009-10, […]

What is the difference between the Iphone 3GS and the Iphone 4?

The iPhone 4 is 24 per cent thinner than its predecessor at 9.3mm instead of 12.3mm. It’s also ever so slightly wider by 3.5mm. In terms of weight, it’s slightly heavier at 137g instead of 135g. In terms of Wi-Fi, iPhone 4 adds 802.11n to the mix alongside 802.11b/g and Bluetooth 2.1. The 7.2Mbps HSDPA, […]

The Risk of Tidal Flooding in London

The Thames Barrier is closed when high water levels at Southend and the flow of the River Thames at Teddington Weir (the tidal limit of the Thames) reach critical levels. Over the last 10 years this closure rate has become higher since the first 20 years of operation. The Thames Barrier was commissioned in 1982 […]

Old CRT Monitor? Beware of Hazardous Waste!

Colour and monochrome CRTs contain toxic substances, such as cadmium, in the phosphors. The rear glass tube of modern CRTs are made from leaded glass, which represent an environmental hazard if disposed of improperly. By the time personal computers were produced, glass in the front panel (the viewable portion of the CRT) used barium rather […]

Why Use External Hard Drives?

There are plenty of positives to using an external hard drive. You can keep your data safe should your system fail, there’s plenty of space to store bulky multimedia files, and all your documents are in one place.

What is an LCD or Plasma TV?

CRT or TFT what is the difference? CRT technology or Cathode Ray Technology has been around for decades the earliest version of the CRT was invented by the German physicist Ferdinand Braun in 1897 From mono though to Colour.

What is WEEE?

You may keep coming across the phrase WEEE or keep seeing the small wheelie bin symbol with a cross through it on your electrical products? So what does it all mean & what is WEEE? WEEE stands for Waste Electronic & Electric Equipment which under UK law is now classed as a controlled waste. The […]