Here’s an opportunity
Schools, charities and community groups are invited to host a small-electrical recycling collection day, week or month in their school, centre or office for the summer starting June 1st, 2018. This initiative aims to divert waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) for recycling only and will be collected FREE by Recycle IT.
The idea is to set up a temporary small WEEE collection point or containers in a central area of each schools and community group office to encourage potential recyclers to get into the habit of diverting more electrical items away from the general waste bin.
Your colleagues, volunteers, students or project participants can easily take part. All you need to do is make people aware and reinforce the WEEE recycling message at every opportunity, then watch the container or box fill up.
Recycle IT will accept all types of electrical and pure metal equipment including older items once used and loved in the office, school classroom or canteen.
WEEE Recycling in the Community
You will be able to recycle all the old or unused small waste electrical and electronic equipment collected at your school or office in Dublin for “free” with Recycle IT. Our team will pick up full containers or boxes of old, damaged or unused electrical, electronic or pure metal items once you let us know. From experience items will be small and medium size and found at home or in small offices. Click here to see a list.
Small WEEE Recycling Successes
Recycle IT want to say a huge well done to over 100 schools and community groups who have already participated in WEEE recycling collections so far in 2018. We really enjoy working with you and we are asking that you spread the word to others!
School and community recyclers in 2018 include:
- St. Ultan’s NS, Cherry Orchard
- Cabinteely Community School
- Quarryvale Community & Leisure Centre
- Donnycarney Community & Youth Centre
- Scoil Mochua, Clondalkin
About Recycle IT
Recycle IT services are provided in partnership with WEEE Ireland. Recycle IT are supported by Pobal, South Dublin County Council and authorized by the National Waste Collection Permit Office and the local authorities across Dublin, Kildare and Wicklow.
For further details about this initiative call John on 01 4578321 or email firstname.lastname@example.org