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Electronic Waste Recycling - WEEE

CPR Computer Recycling can handle most types of what you would call Electronic Waste Recycling (we call them products that still have a use). However we do specialise in Computer and other Office and Business electronic waste equipment. Pretty much all the Electronic Waste Recycling we deal with is shown on our Booking System but if you are unsure, feel free to telephopne us on the numbers listed on our contact page.

Electronic Waste Recycling

Electronic Waste recycling can present in many forms. For example, Televisions, DVD Players, CD Players, Hi-Fi Equipment, Projectors as well as the useual Computers, Laptops, Tablets, Printers, Hard Drives, Servers and Monitors. All of which we are able to help you with at CPR Computer Recycling. These items, if not found on our online recycling booking system can be simply added under other items at the bottom of the page.

Electronic Waste Recycling We Can't Take

Before you phone to check if we are able to help you with your Electronic Waste Recycling, there are a number of items that we are unable to take. These are Fridges, Freezers, Microwaves and any other Kutchen based appliences. You can of course still add these under other items on the recycling booking form but we would not be able to remove them from your site,

Unsure if We Can Take Your Electronic Waste Recycling

If you are still unsure if we can take your Electronic Waste Recycling, go to our Contacts Page and get in touch either by telephone, Email or via the form provided.

Other wise, you can Contact Us today and arrange a FREE collection of your old and Electronic Waste or just use the Online Booking form.

CPR Electronic Wast Recycling help you meet all your environmental targets by ensuring that 100% of all electronic equipment collected gets fully refurbished before being sold back to consumers within the UK. We are proud to be able to offer this servive and fully conform to all WEEE Directives and UK legislation.

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