Environmental guidance for your business in Northern Ireland & Scotland
Some waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) is classified as hazardous/special waste. This includes WEEE that contains hazardous components or substances such as:
You must store waste safely and securely to prevent pollution. You must keep different types of hazardous/special waste separate, and keep hazardous/special waste and non-hazardous waste separate.
If you are responsible for disposing of WEEE and it contains hazardous substances you must make sure it is treated at an approved authorised treatment facility that is authorised to accept hazardous waste.
Dealing with hazardous WEEE
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