W.E.E.E Directive / Recycling Old Appliances

The UKs Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Regulations require that all retailers of electrical goods assist in delivering a UK-wide collection and recycling system to encourage consumers to recycle old or unwanted electronic equipment.

There are several ways this can be done. You may either take the item to your local council recycling site or you can contact them to arrange a home collection of larger items (there may be a small charge for this service). Alternatively you can bring the item in to our store.

If you are having an item delivered, we do offer a collection service for old products and will be offered the options when making a purchase, this is unfortunately not something we offer as a separate service and must be in tandem with a delivery that is arranged. All products being collected must be in a suitable condition to transport and handled buy our logistics department.

All products must be disconnected and emptied of any items prior to our delivery team arriving, if possible and subject to circumstance we recommend that old items are out side of the premise in a safe and dry location.

Please contact us for further information. 

Electronic waste is one of the fastest growing waste streams and much of it can be recycled and resources recovered to make new consumer products. All electrical items sold now carry the 'crossed out wheeled bin' symbol.Unwanted electrical items should not be placed into the normal domestic waste stream. Please contact us if you are unsure what to do with your appliance.

We also comply with the Waste Battery Regulations, and we offer a take back scheme for all portable waste batteries from consumer electronic items. Simply bring your batteries in to store and we will direct you to our collection point.