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what to do with my waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE)?


my electrical, electronic and battery waste

Our modern world is full of devices that make life easier, from mobile phones and computers to hair dryers and drills.

Electrical, electronic and battery waste (known as WEEE) is one of the fastest growing waste streams in the developed world – and also one of the most hazardous. Batteries and electronic goods contain heavy metals, such as mercury, cadmium and lead, that can pollute soil and water and are dangerous to human health.

Recycling WEEE is not only good for the environment and our health, it also makes sense: many of these devices contain valuable components and precious metals that can be used again in new products. Find out where you can take it here

don't waste a day

Nowadays, we all have a little extra time on our hands. ERP Ireland and is encouraging the people of Ireland to use this time for the better by offering tips and insights to help us all develop positive and easy to follow everyday habits. These practices will not only benefit our own lives but the lives of generations to come.

small things matter - the long list!

Find out what small things matter - the items you can recycle everyday.

WEEE Ireland recycle anything household with a plug or battery for FREE! yes FREE!!

This includes items such hair dryers, charging cables, remote controls and many many more you find out more here

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