When you need expert assistance to handle specialist materials in Runcorn, get in touch with us. At Sandbach Commercial Dismantlers, we have vast experience in handling a diverse range of waste and scrap. With more than three decades’ experience, we operate not just in the UK, but also in Europe. We are one of the leading firms in this sector and provide efficient, time-saving and cost-effective solutions to scrap disposal and management. What sets us apart from our competitors is our commitment to our clients’ changing needs, and our ability to adapt accordingly. Our approach is a winning combination of strengthening local relationships and exploring new markets. We invest in people and technology, so that our customers have access to new ideas and information in the industry.
As in other parts of the world, in Runcorn, specialist materials call for specialised skills to deal with them. Electronic devices, appliances and electrical items have to be dealt with differently from other types of scrap metal. Radios, computers, monitors, TV sets, batteries, mobile phones and electrical items may have toxic properties that could pose a risk to the health of those who come into contact with them. They can also harm the general public. New laws were passed in 2014 in the UK to deal with Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE). We ensure that we are in compliance with these rules and regulations. Today, most countries have very strict legal standards about waste disposal, recycling and management. Hence, new and sophisticated methods have been developed over time to deal with the increasingly complex types of waste generated.
Recycling specialist materials in Runcorn is one of the important and rapidly growing sectors in the waste management industry. Thus, our company has the right equipment, knowledge and skills to ensure that this is done efficiently, safely and cost-effectively. There are different treatments for different categories and our team can handle them properly. Contact Sandbach Commercial Dismantlers for more information today. As such, WEEE items contain large amounts of glass, metal, plastics, ceramics and precious metals. Additionally, they may also contain hazardous materials such as mercury and arsenic. Hence, they would contaminate the environment unless you dispose them properly.