Newsletter – March 2013

Recycling IT and Electronic Equipment Responsibly

Computer keyboard recyclingRecycling your IT is the answer if you’re looking for an electrical recycling company that provides efficient, secure and eco-friendly electronic equipment recycling services UK. We’re experts at office equipment recycling, computer equipment recycling, mobile phone recycling, network equipment recycling, secure document shredding and more. Read more

New Pricing Structure

Recycling Your I.T. has always had a clear, visible and simple pricing policy. For those who are not already aware we are proud to announce that it has just got even easier. Our recycling service is FREE OF CHARGE!!
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We have been able to achieve this new pricing structure due to the relocation of our recycling facility into much bigger and more efficient premises. Read More

Landfill sites closing on an increasing basis

During 2012 thirty landfill sites have closed in the UK, taking the number of closures to one hundred and thirty since 2008, according to a new report.

Although another eight landfill sites have either opened or re-opened in 2012, there has been a further drop in the amount of waste being sent to landfill, the report found.

This was attributed in part to the impact of the recession as well as local authorities grappling to pay increasing landfill tax, which rose by £8 to £64 per tonne in April 2012 and is set to rise to£72 a tonne from April 2013. Read More

Record jail time handed to waste criminals

The number of people sent to prison for committing waste crimes trebled between 2010 and 2011, whilst the amount of money paid in fines increased by 80%, according to an Environment Agency report published in September 2012.

Cracking down on waste crime, the Agency’s first annual waste crime report, reveals that 16 people were handed custodial sentences in 2011, more than three times the amount in 2010, which saw five custodial sentences handed out.

The report also shows that the number of prosecutions for illegal waste activity rose from the 2010 figure of 280, to 335 in 2011. Read More