Electronic waste or waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE or “D3E”) are wastes of equipment at the end of life (including computers, printers, mobile phones, digital cameras) that we propose to fully manage (from the collection to the electronic waste recycling certificate).

This electronic waste has a very high ecological footprint because of the large quantities of water resources, metals, and energy mobilized by the design, manufacture, transportation, use and recycling of electrical and electronic components and objects.

The computer hardware contains brominated flame retardants, some of which are laboratory proven endocrine disruptors, which affect the environment, but to which people who disassemble or break electronic equipment are particularly exposed.

In France, the term “hazardous components from electrical and electronic equipment” means the electronic components themselves but also “batteries and accumulators referred (…) considered dangerous, mercury switches, glass (leaded and treated with rare earths) from cathode ray tubes and other activated glasses, etc. ”

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Upon arrival in our inventory, your material is “processed” as follows:
Certified deletion of data upon request
Sorting equipment for the second-hand market
Sorting of equipment for the recycling market WEEE E-waste
Sorting components for “art recycling” with your agreement
Management of WEEE services
Recycling certificate