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All electronics and hardware must be recycled responsibly

So many businesses fall for free IT Recycling which they assume does the job. Little do they know their reputation could be at stake. We eliminate this worry by offering the most secure, environmentally-friendly solution for IT recycling on the market with a Zero Waste to Landfill approach.

Whatever the volume, all Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) we collect is recycled at our Approved Authorised Treatment Facility and goes back into the circular economy.

Why recycle with S2S Group?

  • Free Recycling certificates
  • Registered Waste Carrier
  • Environmental Permit holders
  • Regular audits on-site
  • WEEE Bin / Containers available
  • Electric vehicles for zero-emission transport
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Carbon Net Zero by 2050

Learn about our journey to reduce our carbon footprint and how we're empowering our clients to do the same through IT Asset Disposal.

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Battery recycling

UPS Batteries

Laptop and computer battery recycling

Circuit Boards

PCPs, CPUs and Memory

WEEE refers to all types of electronics and hardware, including circuit boards

Hard Drives and CDs

SSDs, HDDs, Floppy disks

WEEE hard drive recycling

Medical Equipment

Diagnostics Equipment, Pressure Monitors, ECGs

Medical equipment recycling

Monitors

LCDs, CRTs, TFTs

Monitors and screens recycling

Metals Recycling

Copper, Stainless Steel, Aluminium

metals recycling

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HOW OUR RECYCLING PROCESS WORKS

STEP 1: COLLECTION

We'll collect your IT equipment via our secure courier transport.

STEP 2: ASSET REVIEW

Assets are inspected to evaluate whether they hold value.

STEP 3: Separation

Scrap equipment is recycled through our eco-friendly separation process.

STEP 4: Certification

Recycling documentation sent to you, along with any rebate if applicable.

Why is WEEE recycling important

It’s no secret that businesses need electronics to function. Most businesses use computers, printers, specialist equipment, and other forms of IT to complete their needed tasks. Unfortunately, at some point, electronic waste disposal is necessary.

Whether this is because they are broken or have become redundant and no longer useful, electronics eventually reach the end of their use. When broken, some items can become difficult to dispose of or even hazardous, making them potentially dangerous when not disposed of by a certified waste carrier.

This is where companies like S2S come in with e-waste solutions.

How do S2S combat e-waste? 

We seek to help businesses recycle their IT waste in line with UK GDPR law and regulations to help businesses avoid fines and keep their data safe.

How dangerous is WEEE to our environment?

Waste electrical and electronic equipment (or WEEE) is one of the fastest-growing waste streams on the planet. Due to new electronic products being produced so quickly, and old ones becoming redundant, the UK throws away a huge amount of WEEE every year.

When WEEE is thrown away instead of recycled, the valuable internal elements of that product are lost. Batteries along with gold, aluminium, and other reusable metals are held within many electronic items which can be extracted. Rather than these products cluttering our planet and leaking harmful pollutants into our Earth, battery or mobile phone recycling, for instance, allows us to better protect the environment.

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ISO14001

Meeting ISO 14001 Standards

S2S is an environmentally responsible company and is audited by Environment Agency

Audited by the Environment Agency

We are one of the most accredited IT Asset Disposal firms in the UK when it comes to quality, sustainability and security.

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