GDPR – How iWaste Can Help

From May 25th, 2018, the EU’s GDPR (General Data Protection Regulations) are changing. Companies must ensure they are making amendments to accommodate this. Here’s how iWaste can help… What is GDPR? GDPR stands for General Data Protection Regulations, which were...

Meet the team: iWaste’s bright spark Ben Andrews

IT apprentice and computer whizz, Ben Andrews, has a passion for all aspects of recycling. The youngest member of the iWaste team, Ben’s learning the ropes from the bottom up and gaining knowledge across the whole business, especially with generating revenue from used...

iWaste Helps Student Light Up School Project

It’s not every day you come across a 15-year-old with a passion for WEEE. But last year, iWaste had the pleasure of meeting Finn Ractliffe, a Year 11 student at ACS Egham International School. This bright spark was looking for some help with his school project...

A Year in WEEE: 2016 Review

2016 saw extreme growth at iWaste as our small team of four more than doubled over 12 months to a total of 11. Expansion of the warehouse also doubled the size and capacity. This bought new challenges for our collection drivers and warehouse team but thanks to our...

Recycling electrical goods with iWaste

Recycling electrical goods has become a much safer and easier process with iWaste. We don’t just talk green; we promise to act green too. With progressing technology & increased products on the market, comes increased electronic waste.  If a manufacturer finds...

Hazardous Waste – Changes to the rules 2016

From 1st April 2016, hazardous waste producers in England will no longer be required to register with the Environment Agency. Currently those premises where 500kg or more of hazardous waste is produced, collected or removed from, they are required to register with the...

The Light Side And The Dark Side… Of WEEE.

WEEE Recycling Facts: A Duty Of Care. The Dark Side Looking back to May 2015 and our blog, ‘Don’t let your WEEE waste away. Obey the WEEE Directive!’ we reported on where 41 million metric tonnes of electronic waste ends up once the West is done with it. We showed you...

2015 – A Year Of Which To Be Proud

This year has been an exceptional year, and iWaste has had plenty to shout about! Before 2016 opens its doors in a few days, we wish to celebrate many achievements, and toast what has been a landmark 365 days for iWaste. Hampshire’s finest business leaders were...

Hypertechnology = Hazardous Waste

Electrical and electronic equipment contain different materials which are harmful to human health and the environment if not disposed of carefully and therefore become ‘hazardous waste’. Electronic waste or e-waste is one of the rapidly growing problems of the world....

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