Waste Electrical Recycling
ILM Highland provides a disposal, recycle and repair service for Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (known as WEEE). We serve the Highlands of Scotland for compliance schemes, retailers and local authorities. Each year ILM collects and recycles around 2,400 tonnes of WEEE from across the Highlands.
The site’s entire operation is fully licensed to deal with all categories of WEEE.
We are holders of the following licenses:
- Waste Management Licence (No. WML/L/1018845)
- AATF Licence (No. WE/SE0716PA/ATF)
- Waste Carriers Licence (No. PCT-N-018)
What items does ILM deal with?
ILM deals with items which the WEEE Directive does not permit to go into landfill sites as well as bulky items from bulky waste collection sites:
Large & small household appliances; IT & telecommunications equipment; lighting equipment; electrical & electronic tools; toys and leisure & sports equipment.
Commercial Waste Electrical Recycling
In addition to consumer generated WEEE, ILM also collects and deals with commercial waste electrical appliances from businesses across the North of Scotland.
For more information and to discuss your requirements please contact:
Tel: 01349 884774
ILM has a retail outlet from which it sells refurbished electrical appliances at its Head Office in Alness.
Our aim is to maximise the number of units that can be refurbished for reuse and sale. An additional benefit from this operation is that ILM provides work experience opportunities for local people.
Also at our site in Alness, ILM has:
- bulk storage and transfer facilities
- workshops for the repair and re-use of appliances
- facilities for dismantling items to send elsewhere for further reprocessing
- partnerships with specialist organisations to re-process particular items, such as those containing precious metals or hazardous waste
Where does the waste equipment come from?
We collect waste appliances from:
- local household waste recycling centres
- business to business waste collection services
- local retailers
Who will benefit?
Communities – second hand appliances, electrical equipment and furniture is a valuable resource for families and individuals on low incomes.
Local Economy – through job creation and the provision of training and work experience positions.
The Environment – the reuse and recycling of electrical equipment and their component parts reduces consumerism, reduces the amount of waste going to landfill and promotes a healthier environment.
Other Social Enterprises and Charities – that help disadvantaged people with household furniture and electrical appliances to improve their quality of life.