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Komputers 4 Kids receive support from like minded organisation

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At UK IT Recycling Ltd we think it is important to support local charities. For that reason we have teamed up with Shrewsbury based Komputers 4 Kids, who are a charitable organisation designed to enable access to, or give ownership to those families with people in education who do not have such equipment. Read the [...]

Flintshire firm CRT Recycling Ltd to close in Environment Agency row


Cathode ray tube reprocessor CRT Recycling Ltd is seeking insolvency advice, claiming that new Environment Agency rules regarding the storage of broken CRT glass have forced it out of business. The guidance states: “Any broken CRTs must be handled in an enclosed environment with appropriate systems to ensure that any fluorescent coatings/leaded glass dust released [...]

A fifth of WEEE recycled through ‘unofficial’ routes


Are you using a proper data destruction and recycling company or an illegal E-waste exporter? Thousands of tonnes of waste electrical equipment are being diverted from landfill each year through ‘unofficial’ routes such as ebay, car boot sales and incineration, according to new research from WRAP. The report, titled ‘Market Flows of WEEE materials’ indicates [...]

Trial date set for UK’s biggest WEEE export case

April 1 Shipping exports

Are you using a proper data destruction and recycling company or an illegal E-waste exporter? The 14 defendants facing charges in relation to the Environment Agency’s largest ever investigation into alleged illegal exports of waste electrical equipment from the UK to Nigeria are set to stand trial in October 2011. The Environment Agency said that [...]

UK IT Recycling Ltd recommended by the Guardian newspaper


UK IT Recycling Ltd has been recommended by the Guardian newspaper for our excellent data destruction and recycling capabilities. Click through the ‘more’ link for the full story by Jack Schofield.