What types of hazardous waste do you produce?
All business will produce some hazards office waste
- Fluorescent tubes, energy-saving light bulbs, sodium lamps,
- Toner and ink jet cartridges from printers and photocopiers
- Old computer monitors
Save Money by recycling or reusing your printer cartridges rather than disposing of them in landfill or incineration.
Cut your costs by recycling
- printer and photocopier cartridges
- silver halides
- Cardboard and other packaging materials.
Items discarded from offices that are classed as waste.
- Catering waste, including used cooking oil, raw ingredients, waste food
- Paper, i.e.: white and coloured paper, newspapers and magazines.
- Redundant office equipment, i.e.: computers, monitors, printers, mobile phones
- Packaging, i.e.: cardboard, plastic, food packaging, cans, glass and plastic drink bottles
- Fluorescent light tubes
- Toner cartridges
- Building waste, i.e.: from refurbishment or construction work.
You must Comply with proof of disposal with a Duty of Care for Waste
You must keep records of all transfers of your waste.
Use an authorized waste carrier Use E.A waste directory to check them out.
If you do not check and keep proof of this you could be held responsible if your waste is disposed of illegally, for example by fly-tipping.
Our Recommendation for cartridge disposal is
Impact Inkjet & Toner Recycling Ltd
What they Offer
They offer a free collection
- Within the Kent and London area if you have 20+ Original cartridges to collect.
- Outside of these areas free collection on 200+ cartridges
- Deliver to their site.
Or why not use their free post service
- Free post for Inkjets & Mobile Phones only
See their website for further information www.impactrecycling.co.uk or contact them 01634 255400