IT Recycling

WEEE Regulations

In 2007 the European WEEE Directives (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment) were introduced into UK law. This has been recently updated to the WEEE Regulations.

As a result of this legislation it is now the responsibility of all businesses to dispose of their electronic waste in an appropriate manner or suffer serious legal ramifications.

Hamilton Rentals Environmental Policy

Hamilton Rentals recognises the need to protect and preserve the environment for our own and future generations. The Company will strive to ensure that it operates in a responsible manner, with due concern for the environment and the community at large.

The nature of Hamilton’s business has a minimal impact on the environment due to the policies we have developed. However we still continue to look for ways which we as a business can further reduce our environmental impact through measures such as increased energy efficiency. The Company has developed an environmental management system and is ISO 140001 accredited.

In line with the terms of Waste Electrical and Electronic (WEEE) regulations (2002/96/EC) the Company will take all steps necessary to ensure the prevention of waste from end of life electrical and electronic equipment by re use, recycling and other forms of recovery. Where disposal is necessary, or it is a commercial activity on behalf of a customer, only bone fide and reputable and registered disposal agents will be used and the required certificates obtained thus minimising the risks and impacts to the environment. Hamilton’s is committed to environmental sustainability and recycling is carried out to the highest standards.