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surplus_monitorsThe WEEE DirectiveThe European Waste from Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Directive aims to reduce the amount of WEEE going to landfill, by requiring all manufacturers and producers to take responsibility for what happens to the products they sell at the end of their lives.The WEEE legislation also potentially affects every organisation and business that uses electrical equipment in the workplace. The regulations cover all forms of electrical and electronic equipment, such as computers, printers, fax machines and photocopiers, as well as fridges, kettles basically if it has a plug then it is included. The regulations state that business users are responsible, along with producers, for ensuring their WEEE is correctly treated and reprocessed. The business user is not obliged to send their equipment back to the producer; they can choose where they would like their equipment to go. Businesses must simply ensure their unwanted equipment is being dealt with in accordance with the regulations. This is where we at BFM recycling can offer the perfect solution.our services include :On / off site data eraseDetailed Asset reportshard drive destructionNationwide collectionFull IT system RemovalDetailed Asset reportsWith our warehousing, logistics and knowhow we can help no matter what your requirements, get in touch in the first instance to have a chat.


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