Gadget Man Ireland WEEE Recycling
“Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) is taken back free of charge on a one-for-one, like-for-like basis. Waste batteries including rechargeable batteries are taken back free of charge. You are not obliged to make any purchase when returning old batteries. Each local authority must also accept household WEEE and small batteries free of charge at its recycling facilities. All WEEE and waste batteries must be recycled and should not be placed in any of your household wheelie bins. Make sure you always recycle all your old electrical goods and batteries.”
Where can I return my items too?
You can return your items on a like for like, one for one basis at any Gadget Man Ireland store. Information on stores:here.
Will you collect my old electrical items?
Large items can be picked up with Gadget Man Ireland. If you are getting a new electrical item delivered we’ll take your old one, on a like for like, one for one basis, back to be recycled. Please ensure your old elecrtical item is disconnected, clean and ready for the driver at the time of delivery. 48 hours notice must be given in order to arrange collection with delivery. Large items include TV's, Desktop computers or other large bulky items.
Small appliances are delivered to you by DPD but we can still arrange to have your old appliance recycled free of charge. Simply bring it back to Gadget Man instore and we will ensure that it is disposed of in an environmentally friendly manner. Small applianaces include Smartphones, Smart watches, Remotes etc
For more information about our collection process contact us today at email@example.com
Do you take back batteries ?
In Store at Gadget Man we take back your old batteries for free !!! The batteries that we accept are AA, AAA, C or D and also the flat batteries that are found in watches and toys. Unfortunately we do not accept back any Industrial or car batteries.
Why should I recycle with Gadget Man
We will ensure that your old product is disposed of correctly to reduce the potentially harmful effects caused on the environment and to conserve natural resources. Further information can be found on weeeireland.ie.