Collecting and recycling your electrical waste

May 8, 2008 at 3:27 pm

A brand new company has been launched this week specialising in the safe recycling of electrical waste in concordance with the WEEE directive, which came into effect on July 1st 2007. It was introduced in an attempt to reduce the amount of electrical waste heading to landfill and has significant implications for producers of electrical items and any non-household users of electrical items. The company, called Electro Collect, has invested in a state of the art website which not only allows you to create an instant quote for your waste, but also gives some very comprehensive information on the whole issue of the “WEEE Directive”.

The approach of the company is widely considered to be a step into the future for an industry which has been notoriously slow in its uptake of the Internet. Unlike the majority of its competitors, Electro Collect offers North West electrical waste recycling to the masses through an automated and easy-to-use website which eliminates ambiguity and speeds up the quoting process tremendously.

This approach, with the website acting as the main selling tool, gives the company the advantage of being able to harness digital media in a unique and pioneering way, for the market. Especially with the lack of publicity for the piece of legislation driving the venture, the strategy of hosting educational content on the website looks to be a defining factor in the market.

Needless to say, the website looks very appealing and the quote system gives a good tool to allow you to “gauge” the cost of obliging to this new law.

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One response to “Collecting and recycling your electrical waste”

  1. chantelle hannah says:

    I think that the they get better and better at recycling every day.
    It is better that you get more and more recycling everyday.

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