- Chemicals and paints
- DIY waste, rubble and building materials
- Electronic and electrical equipment
- Flat glass (greenhouse. windows etc)
- Garden waste
- Gas bottles
- Glass bottles and jars
- Household and garden chemicals and paints
- Ink cartridges
- Items for reuse
- Light bulbs & flourescent lighting tubes
- Metals – Cans, Foil & Scrap
- Newspapers and magazines
- Oil - cooking oil
- Oil - waste engine oil
- Plastic bottles
- Textiles and clothes
- Wood and timber
Electronic and electrical equipment
Where is it taken?
WEEE A: Large Appliances- SIMS, Bristol
WEEE B: Fridges / Freezers- SIMS, Newport
WEEE C: TVs and Monitors- Mekatek, Llantrisant,
WEEE D: Bulbs / lamps- Balcan Engeering Ltd, Horncastle
WEEE E: Small Appliances- SIMS, Bristoll
Mobile Phones- J R Padley, Ledbury
What happens to it?
The Large and small electrical appliances are recycled and their different metals separated to be recycled into new products.
Mobile phones are sorted, batteries are removed and sent for recycling at an authorised treatment facility. Chargers, cables and other miscellaneous items are sent to a different facility for recycling.
Recycled metals ready to be used to produce more products