Pure Planet offer a fully licensed WEEE recycling service. Our satellite tracked vehicles, trained staff and secure premises ensure a reliable solution.


Keep your waste electrical equipment in a safe manner. We offer a full range of WEEE recycling containers for hire or purchase.

ISO 14001 Certified

We hold ISO 14001:2015 certification. This demonstrates our commitment to use a professional approach to reduce our environmental impact.

WEEE Recycling and Disposal

Pure Planet Recycling, an award-winning WEEE recycling and disposal company. Our services cover all types of electrical waste including computer recycling, data destruction and WEEE collections for businesses.

Waste Electrical Equipment
If your equipment uses a plug or battery, we can recycle it. With over 13 years’ experience and using best environmental practices we offer a fully compliant service
Approved Treatment Facility
Our site is an Approved Treatment Facility (ATF) for electrical waste. We hold an Environmental Permit (EPR/AB3101SQ), issued by the Environment Agency.
We Collect
We collect electrical equipment from over 20 counties in England. Using our own vehicles and drivers ensures we provide an excellent service. If your equipment uses a plug or battery, we can recycle it.
Our Services
We treat all types of electrical equipment including fridges, lighting, and IT. If you need to keep your waste safe, we also hire and sell WEEE storage containers. We have a choice of containers for use both indoors and outdoors to suit your needs.
Years Waste Management Experience
Computers recycled
Light Tubes Recycled
Years In Business

What is WEEE?

The acronym WEEE stands for Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment. WEEE is a blanket term for electrical equipment that is no longer required. It covers equipment powered via a plug or battery. It also includes components used to make electrical equipment.

The crossed out wheelie bin logo appears on any electrical or electronic equipment produced after 13th August 2005. The logo identifies the product as WEEE and so should not be put into a general waste bin. Instead, they should be disposed of via a licensed waste management company.

There are currently ten categories of WEEE;

  • Large household appliances
  • Electrical and electronic tools
  • Toys, leisure and sports equipment
  • Medical devices
  • Monitoring and control equipment
  • Automatic dispensers
  • Small household appliances
  • IT and telecommunications equipment
  • Consumer equipment
  • Lighting equipment

Our recycling services cover all types of electrical equipment from all categories. You can read more about electrical waste recycling for businesses or contact us on 01234 315496.

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Client Testimonials

Pure Planet provide a great quality service and are extremely professional, all the correct documentation was supplied for the disposal of different materials and a detailed certificate of destruction.
Matthew Murby
Great service at very competitive rates. To know your waste is being properly treated gives peace of mind and not having to pay through the nose for a decent service makes good business sense. Would highly recommend this company to anyone looking to change provider (or just starting) especially if you want ISO 14001 compliance or maybe just wanting to do things properly with an eye on the planet rather than the bottom line!
Dave Roberts