Welcome to Safe PC Disposal, an award-winning WEEE recycling company. Our services include computer recycling, data destruction and WEEE collections for businesses. Using our own vehicles and drivers ensures we provide an excellent service.If your equipment uses a plug or battery, we can recycle it.

Our site is an Approved Treatment Facility (ATF) for electrical waste. We hold an Environmental Permit NC1/060877, issued by the Environment Agency. We collect electrical equipment from over 20 counties in England. At the time of collection, we issue waste transfer notes. We log equipment once back at site and recycle using best environmental practices. Once completed, we provide an asset report. We treat all types of electrical equipment including fridges, lighting, and IT. Our services menu contains links to the recycling services we provide. If you need to keep your waste safe, we also hire and sell WEEE storage containers. We have a choice of containers for use both indoors and outdoors to suit your needs. Please call us on 01865 952725 to discuss your WEEE recycling further.


The Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Directive (WEEE Directive) is the European Community Directive 2012/19/EU on waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) which, together with the RoHS Directive 2002/95/EC, became European Law in February 2003. The WEEE Directive set collection, recycling and recovery targets for all types of electrical goods, with a minimum rate of 4 kilograms per head of population per annum recovered for recycling by 2009. The RoHS Directive set restrictions upon European manufacturers as to the material content of new electronic equipment placed on the market. Many other companies specialize in purely computer recycling; however, Safe PC Disposal handles almost any electrical equipment. If it uses a plug or battery we can recycle it. We collect the items from you and ensure that they are recycled legally and environmentally.The electrical equipment we process is often the end of life or damaged beyond repair so the best recycling practice is material recovery. An automated plant handles the recovery of the materials. The process involves breaking it down into small segments and then segregating the materials into large containers. A simple sounding task, but the machinery is very complex. These materials go back into the manufacturing chain to make new materials and products. The reuse of materials such as plastics and metal is favourable to using virgin materials.

Our WEEE Recycling Process

At Safe PC Disposal, we guarantee secure, UK based recycling. As an Authorized Treatment Facility (ATF) for electrical E-waste we are a licensed and professional site. We adopt best available treatment recovery and recycling techniques and apply the waste hierarchy to all our processes.

Our process is simple and allows a fully audit-able route for all equipment collected:

• We collect redundant equipment from your office, factory or warehouse using our own fully trained, uniformed and fully trained staff
• All duty of care paperwork is supplied for both hazardous and non-hazardous waste. All paperwork provided details the collection and disposal point as well as our licence information.
• All equipment is segregated and sorted within our licensed recycling facility in Oxfordshire
• At Safe PC Disposal, we ensure that we comply with all relevant environmental legislation; we commit to continually improve our environmental performance and use practices that avoid, reduce or control pollution. We do this by continuing to utilize advanced recycling machinery and technology available to ensure very high recycling and material recovery rates. Our electrical waste recycling service guarantees the following:

• Adherence to the WEEE directive for e-waste recycling
• Fully trained and insured staff, using our own fleet of vehicles
• Latest recycling technology utilized in our recycling process
• The Full duty of care/hazardous waste paperwork provided

We recycle all categories of Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment as stated in the WEEE directive, these are:

•Large household appliances
•Small household appliances
•IT and telecommunications equipment
•Consumer equipment
•Monitoring and control equipment
•For more information on the WEEE directive and best practices for electrical waste please visit the Health and Safety
Executive website. http://www.hse.gov.uk/waste/waste-electrical.html

Please complete the contact form if you are an entity in need of electronics and computer recycling.

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