1. Computers (WEEE Recycling):
Any old computers you have in your office are considered WEEE recycling items. You can’t send these straight to landfill as they would harm the environment. Instead, remember to recycle your computers through a WEEE recycling centre, such as the one right here at Envirocraft.
2. Printers / Printer Ink:
Printers are a WEEE recycling item, so should be recycled through an appropriate channel. Envirocraft offer a comprehensive WEEE recycling waste collection service to help with this. Printer ink cartridges, meanwhile, should also be recycled at a dedicated facility to protect the environment.
3. Light Fittings:
If you have any old light fittings in your office you want to throw away, do not put them in the bin: these are hazardous waste items. Envirocraft can collect light fittings, fluorescent tubes and any other hazardous waste from your office and responsibly dispose of it on your behalf.
4. Office Desk Chairs & General Furniture:
For the most part, any furniture in your office, including any desk chairs, is considered general waste. Some items may contain hazardous materials, however, so it’s worth asking a professional to check. What’s more, these items are often bulky and difficult to dispose of; Envirocraft can help with our commercial site clearance services.
5. Confidential Paperwork:
All offices have vast swathes of confidential paperwork underpinning them, but from time to time you’ll need to dispose of it safely. If you have any paperwork you need confidentially shredded and disposed of, check out our confidential shredding services.
6. Paper, Plastic and Cardboard:
Any and all general recyclable items in your office - such as paper, plastic and cardboard - should be disposed of via your public recycling channels. However, if you have bulk items to recycle, Envirocraft can help with our site clearance services instead.