When Recycling4you Ltd were approached early in 2012 to look at a project for a new client involving collection and recycling of old telecom equipment in the UK, the team responded in their usual buoyant and professional manner to find out the exact requirement of the customer and to propose a solution for Recycling4you Ltd to become the collection and recycling solutions provider for the customer. The initial brief was for collection from 20 stores in the UK as required and to ensure full compliance with the weee directive and ensure the collected equipment was recycled with zero land fill and zero identification of who the previous owner had been.
Recycling4you Supports Olympic village
When Recycling4you Ltd launched their new innovative closed loop solution for household kitchen appliances otherwise known as white goods, little did they know that within a few months that they would be supplying refurbished fridges and freezers in support of the Olympics.
“ We ended up through our relationship with the University of East London supplying fridges and freezers for the accommodation which become part of the Olympic village for the 2012 Olympics. “ said Paul Waygood Managing Director of Recycling4you Ltd.
About Ener-g projects
Ener-g provide energy reduction projects for large industrial and office installations of old fluorescent tubes, where they provide greater energy control and replace the existing old high energy fluorescent tubes and high bay lighting with new more energy efficient lighting and also remap the energy requirements of the building resulting in major energy savings for their customers.
Ener-g were looking for a single company to manage their wastes produced onsite at their relamping projects and were unable to find a company to assist them until they found Recycling4you Ltd.
Recycling4you Ltd were able to offer them a single point of contact for the multiple agencies and waste streams produced in various volumes for each of their projects. Each project was reviewed prior to start and the most suitable containers were then provided for each project.