We will be encouraging the public to clear out their drawers, sheds and garages of any e-waste they can find. We know that many people have piles of wires, old phones, re-chargers, flat screens, computers, TVs, toasters, kettles and even larger items such as washing machines, fridges and dishwashers.
There will be collection vehicles for E-waste in many prominent locations around their local area such as car parks at schools, shopping centres and community centres. A man with a van will also be arranged to collect bulky waste from households.
- We plan to make it easy for the public to get rid of their e-waste responsibly.
- We’ll maximise re-use wherever possible and recycle the rest.
- We’ll provide learning materials for schools, colleges, universities and the community
- We’ll contribute to charities and local community projects
- We’ll use the money we make to fund the CLEAN UP Campaign.
We aim to reduce the amount of e-waste, repair and reuse as much as possible and efficiently recycle the rest.