Maxilead Metals is one of the most renowned WEEE recycling companies in the North West. We offer efficient and effective electrical waste recycling solutions for blue chip companies, businesses, public organisations and local authorities across the UK.
We’re an EA accredited, authorised treatment facility (AATF) for the recycling of Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE).
Maxilead Metals offer a safe and secure WEEE waste collection before storing them securely. We take the disposing of electrical goods extremely seriously, and always dispose of them in an environmentally-friendly way.
Here at Maxilead Metals, we strive to offer all our customers the very best price for their electrical waste recycling products.
For more information on any of the services we provide, contact a member of our friendly team today.
We recycle all categories of Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE), including:
- Large household appliances
- Small household appliances
- IT and Communications equipment
- Consumer equipment
- Lighting equipment
- Electrical and electronic tools
- Toys, leisure and sports equipment
- Medical devices
- Monitoring and control instruments
- Automatic dispensers
What WEEE services do we provide?
Our electrical waste recycling solutions are available as part of our corporate recycling and waste management packages, however we are also happy to quote for ad hoc WEEE waste collection, WEEE treatment and WEEE disposal services, providing a full audit trail and Provision of Evidence Notes as part of our standard professional practice.
Maxilead Metals use state of the art equipment
In recent years, we have invested in a new plant with state-of-the-art equipment, which enables us to remove hazardous substances, recover more materials and ensure safe electrical waste disposal.
By using leading industry processes, our fully trained team are experts in all aspects of WEEE recycling, including WEEE waste collection across the North West, WEEE storage, WEEE treatment, WEEE destruction and WEEE disposal.
Why should I recycle Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) products?
Electrical waste recycling is a specialist part of the waste and recycling industry. WEEE items contain a range of materials that can be separated for recycling and used in new products.
The Waste Electric and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Regulations 2013 became law in the UK on January 1, 2014, these regulations aim to reduce the amount of this waste going to landfill and improve recovery and recycling rates.
Every year an estimated 2 million tonnes of WEEE items are discarded by householders and companies in the UK. WEEE includes most products that have a plug or need a battery.*
If electrical items end up in landfill, hazardous substances could leak out and cause soil and water contamination – harming wildlife and even human health.
*Source: Health & Safety Executive