WEEE & WASTE BATTERY INFORMATION - UK
ASK4 is a producer of Electrical and Electronic Equipment (EEE) under the Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Regulations.
ASK4 is a registered member of UK government approved WEEE Compliance Scheme, Beyondly.
WEEE Producer Registration Number – WEE/MM1096AA
Beyondly Membership Number – BLY01/01454
Takeback of WEEE
ASK4 does not distribute household WEEE to consumers within the UK.
We typically remove WEEE at the end of a contract term or at the end of the equipment’s natural life.
In respect of dual use equipment (laptops or similar equipment that although supplied to our business customers could be used within a household) that ASK4 has supplied, ASK4 offers a free of charge take back scheme. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
All WEEE is disposed of in accordance with appropriate available treatment, recovery and recycling techniques and ASK4 works with third party service providers for the disposal of WEEE to ensure this.
Information on WEEE
- How to dispose of Electrical and Electronic Equipment: Electrical and electronic equipment (EEE), typically marked with the “wheely bin” below, shouldn't be disposed of along with household waste. EEE may contain hazardous substances which, if exposed, could be detrimental to the environment, wildlife, and human health.If you'd like to dispose of electrical or electronic equipment for recycling, we recommend that you take it to a Designated Collection Facility (DCF) run by your local authority (you can find your nearest DCF by visiting: www.recycle-more.co.uk).
- Removing data from electrical and electronic devices: You should erase all personal or confidential data before recycling it. Although ASK4 uses best practice to removal all data, this applies even where ASK4 takes back WEEE.
Waste Battery Information
ASK4 will, where legally required to, take back all waste portable batteries that it supplies to end-users.
Please don't return your used batteries to us by post.