Why should I recycle? 


Recycling unwanted electrical products is good for a better environment. UK households dispose of over 1.45 million tonnes of electrical waste every year; this is enough to fill Wembley Stadium 6 times over! 


What are the WEEE Regulations? 


The Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment regulations came into force on 1st July 2007. The aim is to reduce the amount of electrical and electronic equipment ending up in landfill. Instead, the regulations require the collection, treatment, recycling and sound disposal of WEEE. 


Is Morphy Richards WEEE Compliant? 


Yes, we are. You can view our REPIC Certificate here and our REPIC WEEE registration number is WEE/EH0057TS. View our Valpak WEEE Take Back Scheme Certificate. 


What electrical products can be recycled? 


You can find out if an electrical product can be recycled by looking on the product, instructions, or packaging. If your product has the crossed-out wheelie bin sign it means that when the product has reached the end of its useful life it should NOT be thrown away with household waste but taken to a recycle facility instead.  


How do I recycle old products? 


You can find information on recycling your old electrical appliances and locate your nearest recycling centre at www.recycle-more.co.uk. Please have your postcode to hand.