WEEE is an abbreviation of waste electrical and electronic equipment, which covers a wide range of products that you are likely to throw out or replace regularly.
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Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Explained
Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment can include items such as –
- Laptops and Personal Computers
- Mobile Phones
- Tablet Computers
- Wiring and Plugs
- TVs and Monitors
- Mp3 Players and Sound Equipment
- Fluorescent or Incandescent Light Bulbs or LEDs
- DVD, Video or CD Players or Free View Boxes
All of these items are recyclable but you simply cannot put them in a standard recycling bin.
Anything electrical, whether it needs a connection to the main electrical circuit or batteries can be classified as WEEE. This category of waste continues to grow at an exponential rate all across Europe.
As the recycling system for WEEE is still quite ineffective and has not been introduced for standard household recycling bins, industry statistics revealed more than three-quarters of WEEE still end up landfill sites.