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The Distributor Take Back Scheme Customer and Compliance Statement Recycling household electrical equipment With effect from July 2007, Weee Directive for Kitchen Appliances Articles the UK’s Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Regulations require that all producers of electrical equipment are now obliged to pay for recycling of household electrical goods, where previously this bill was met by councils or items were not recycled at all. These regulations also require that all retailers both actively assist in delivering a UK wide WEEE collection infrastructure and encourage the participation of consumers in recycling electronic equipment.

So that you can get your waste electrical goods recycled, we have contributed towards a national fund to assist local councils to further develop their existing waste electronics collection facilities, which will in turn allow producers of this equipment to meet their obligations Not all council sites are suitable to collect all types of waste electrical goods but to find out your nearest participating site Smart home and kitchen (including other collection facilities that may not be operated by the council) and for advice on all aspects of recycling at home, please visit your local council website.Electronic waste, and in particular integrated appliances is one of the fastest growing waste streams and much of it can be recycled and resources recovered to make new consumer goods.

To remind consumers of the collection methods available, which in turn allow recycling to take place, all electrical items sold now carry the crossed out wheeled bin symbol. To ensure your waste electronics don’t contribute to damaging the environment, please use and recycle today View more information, and a range of Kitchen Appliances at Weee directive for kitchen appliances.Kitchen appliances have not been screened properly for waste purposes before and many see this as long overdue.