Next Day Collection

UK-Wide

Environmentally

Responsible

100% Customer

Satisfaction

Fast & Secure

Payment

IT & Electrical Recycling

Here at Cartridge Recycling UK, one of the largest recycling companies in Europe, we aim to recycle and dispose of any IT equipment or electrical appliances, which is also known as WEEE Recycling.

As one of the largest recycling companies in Europe, Cartridge recycling UK aim to dispose of IT equipment that is surplus to requirement for both businesses and domestic homes.IT equipment that is no longer of use is also known as WEEE waste, Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment. Below you can find the various electronic items we are happy to purchase from you for recycling:

There are more mobile phones than there are people in the UK. Mobile phones are made of various different components, some needing to be recycled with very specific methods that cannot be done at a standard waste plant.

Cartridge Recycling are able to take surplus laptops off your hands and either decommission them for parts or have them refurbished for resale.

What is WEEE Recycling?

Electronic waste, more commonly known as e-waste or WEEE waste, is the fastest-growing type of municipal solid waste. It contains hazardous materials that pose a threat to human health and the environment.

As the world becomes more digital, we generate more and more electronic waste. But you can take the lead in saving the world from an environmental disaster. Electronic waste has a lasting impact on our earth by damaging natural habitats and polluting the environment. You can make a difference by recycling your electronics with us today!

All we need is your postcode and we can have your Bulky Waste collection organised today or simply give our team a call if you have any questions. Always recycle old electronics for a cleaner earth!

Equipment We Can Recycle:

All Electronics & IT Related Equipment

Apple Equipment

Assorted Cables

Computer Base Units

Desktop Computers

iPads / Tablets

Apple Equipment

iPods

Laptops / MacBooks

Mobiles & Smartphones

Mobiles & Smartphones

Phone Systems

Routers

Servers

Toner / Ink Cartridges

Whiteboards

Other Small Electrical Items

Sell Unused In 3 Easy Steps

Over the past decade, the concerns over an industries carbon footprint is an ever-growing concern. Statistics suggest that of the 310 million inkjet and toner cartridges used a year in Europe only 15% of them are being disposed of correctly.

We aim to pave the way in noticing and taking the necessary steps in combating this problem while still putting money in your pockets.

Tell Us What You Have

Check the details on your toner (name of manufacturer, product no. & validity date). Follow the easy steps to complete our online form or call for a free quote.

We Will Quote You

We’ll quote a price we can offer to pay, by email – usually within hours. If you’re happy with it, you just click to confirm and provide some collection & payment details.

We Collect & Pay

Pack your cartridges ready for our free collection. We will then make payment to you within 24 hours of receiving the goods

Frequently Asked Questions

There can be a variety of different components that are classified as hazardous. For example a lightbulb contains mercury, unless it is a led bulb. Also you will find an average TV contains 6% metal and 50% glass, whereas a stove cooker is only 6% glass and 89% metal. Materials found in other electronic equipment can include plastics, ceramics and precious metals.
Currently the most common form of WEEE waste, making up 40%, are large household appliances (eg. Cookers, washing machines, dryers and fridges). However, there are also other large volumes of It equipment such as computers, monitors and televisions (over two million are suspected to be discarded a year).

Following the WEEE waste recycling regulations all householders have a duty to recycle their electronic and IT equipment in a safe and proper manner. Check the item’s/appliances disposal information and identify whether it shows a crossed out wheelie bin. If so, then you will need to have it disposed of by a household recycling centre or contact a third party such Cartridge Recycling UK who can offer cash for your items!

Scroll to Top