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    Anyone know any companies in the north east? The company I used to use that charged £4 per item seem to have dissappeared!

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    Re: WEEE Disposal

    when we buy new equipment should the suppliers take away any old?

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    Re: WEEE Disposal

    Quote Originally Posted by Jamie_a
    when we buy new equipment should the suppliers take away any old?
    if you ask them to, they will do a one-out-one-in replacement, but it will cost you.

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    We have just set up a collection with this company, they are offering free collection for schools, they havn't been to collect the stuff yet but we will see on thursday if they do come, but if not we havn't paid them money, the stuff will just be sitting here longer!!


    http://www.vtci.co.uk/sources/clients/prm/disposal.pdf

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    Our company disposes for free to all education establishments - right accross Engalnd and Wales. We are fully licensed and have Stage 1 ISO14001. It's important that you make sure the company collecting is also licenced else you may be breaking the law.
    Last edited by DNA-IT-Recycling; 9th June 2009 at 03:12 PM.

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