This is an example of where Large Appliances end up, when you take them to Civic Amenity Sites and Household Waste Recycling Centres. It’s great that jobs are created on these locations, but if we’re going to reduce poverty and help the environment, wouldn’t it make sense if they stayed in the local area and
We’re pleased to say that from our perspective, after a telephone call today, Scotland is leading the way in listening to the case we are presenting to Government. More than any other in the UK. they completely understand and officially engage with us on matters outlined below. There is no independent measure of competence
We are proud to launch our new Banner promoting the National Appliance Safety Register. We think it demonstrates the powerful yet simplistic message of the Free Service we offer. There are many benefits affiliated to Registering your Appliances with EEESafe, as you can see from the full but not exhaustive list. We
We agree with Dr Michael Warhurst of Friends of the Earth. In answer to the question, “what is best, to put waste in the ground or burn it for energy?” He says before you put in in the ground if you are going to have to landfill, you should maximise all the removable recyclables.
If you watched the Programme tonight on BBC’s “Your Money, Their Tricks” you may have been surprised by the apparent problems revealed when seeking to get Appliances repaired. The BBC are challenging the Manufacturers that they should make more technical information available to all independent repairers, and not force repairs via their own Engineers. It
The Electrical Safety Council has researched that around half of all accidental fires in UK homes have an electrical origin and 85% of these can be attributed to electrical appliances.1 Product misuse is a major cause of these accidents and the campaign will address the basic and easily avoidable “blunders” that people make when using electrical