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Why choose us?

10 Years

Experience in the waste management industry


Effort given to every single customer


Average yearly savings to our customers

48 Hours

Average time between an enquiry being sent and waste being collected*

What we offer

What is a waste broker?

A waste broker acts as a go-between for businesses producing waste and waste management service providers. They connect businesses with the right waste services, negotiate deals, and ensure proper waste handling in line with regulations. Waste brokers have a network of approved suppliers, offering businesses various cost-effective waste management options. Working with a waste broker provides businesses with expertise, access to a broader service network, and cost savings through competitive pricing.

Why use a waste broker?

Suppliers can make you sign contracts that only allow them to handle your waste. This can be a problem if they raise prices or provide bad service because you’re stuck with them. However, using a waste broker like us lets you switch between suppliers easily to get the best deal and good service. If you’re not happy with your current supplier, a waste broker can switch you to a different one. Going straight to a supplier doesn’t give you this flexibility and often ends up costing you more in the end.

Examples of electronic waste

Major household appliances – encompassing white goods such as fridges, cookers, microwaves, washing machines, dishwashers, and ovens.

Minor household appliances – including toasters, kettles, blenders, mixers, coffee machines, food processors, and juicers.

IT and communication equipment – involving telephones, computer towers, monitors, and office equipment.

Consumer electronics – covering TVs, gaming consoles, printers, laptops, cameras, radios, speakers, drones, tablets, and mobile phones.

Lighting fixtures – consisting of table lamps, floor lamps, wall-mounted fixtures, and LEDs.

Electrical and electronic tools – such as power tools, drills, saws, grinders, and sanders.

Toys, recreational, and sports equipment – including gym equipment, electronic children’s toys, and handheld games.

Medical devices – spanning pumps, monitoring and measuring devices, defibrillators, lasers, incubators, and ventilators.

Monitoring and control instruments – like smoke detectors, analyzers, and medical equipment.

Automatic dispensers – for soap, tissues, tape, etc.

Display equipment – encompassing coat hangers, display stands, and shop fittings.

Cooling devices – involving air conditioners, air coolers, air circulators, and dehumidifiers.

Gas discharge lamps – both low-pressure and high-pressure lamps.

Photovoltaic cells – consisting of solar panels with varying levels of KW.

All the materials we gather undergo either reuse, recycling, or remanufacturing processes to extend their usability and lifespan. Your unwanted appliance could find new utility and benefit someone else in the future!

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