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Are you a business with an excess amount of electrical equipment that you are looking to dump? Here at Recycling 4 You the aim is to improve the process of disposing your electrical equipment and technological products. When many businesses have a backlog of old computer components, it’s difficult to know the best way to remove this junk from your premises. By using our hassle free recycling solutions, you will be able to see this junk

Two Directors Fined for Illegal WEEE exporting

Recycling4you Helps keep your Electoronics equipment safe by ensuring that it stays in the UK for processing at one of our approved WEEE shredding plants and not ending up in Africa or exported else where in the world. Use our services and we will protect you and your company as we are against the export of waste and aplaude the environment agency getting a positive outcome from the trial of a Recycling company putting

Further sentence passed in landmark WEEE trial

A further defendant has been sentenced in the UK’s biggest ever illegal WEEE export case, after investigators found that the court had been misinformed over his ability to pay financial penalties. Terence Dugbo, who was convicted of breaches of the Transfrontier Shipment of Waste Regulations 2007 at a trial which concluded early in 2013, was ordered to pay fines, costs and confiscation monies totalling £91,000 at a hearing at Basildon Crown Court last week. By Will Date Sentencing of Mr Dugbo, who

Agency calls for help to combat illegal exports

Waste management and recycling firms have ‘a duty of care’ to act against illegal exports of waste, an Environment Agency official told a conference yesterday (July 9). Speaking at the inaugural conference of the Resource Association in London, the Environment Agency’s National Waste Enforcement Campaigns manager Paul Keay urged companies to work with the regulator’s intelligence service to bring an end to illegal exports. Mr Keay identified hazards to human health, as well as damages to the environment, business reputation and public

EA raids 60 illegal waste sites in ‘day of action’

EA raids 60 illegal waste sites in ‘day of action’ More than 60 suspected illegal waste sites across England were given surprise inspections by the Environment Agency in a ‘day of action’ against waste crime yesterday (March 28). Over 100 Agency officers visited sites as part of the coordinated action – codenamed Operation Cyclone – including scrap metal yards in the North East suspected of carrying out illegal vehicle dismantling and major construction projects in the South East where construction waste was

Fines issued in Illegal Weee Operation

Fines issued in illegal WEEE exports case. Associated Category Items: WEEE Three men were today fined and ordered to pay confiscation monies under the Proceeds of Crimes Act following the UK’s biggest ever illegal WEEE export case. The largest penalty went to Krassimir Vengelov of KSV Recycling of Sussex who was given fines, costs and a confiscation order, to a total of £112,015. Mr Vengelov, Adrian J. Thomson and Michael Singh Aulakh pleaded guilty at Basildon Crown Court to exporting hazardous waste electrical