March 28, 2013
As we continue to be bombarded with new technologies, we find ourselves in an increasingly disposable world of electronics. Computers, mobile phone, monitors, games, toys and other devices are constantly replaced by newer technologies. This electronic gear can not only contain a large amount of personal and business data, they can also contain hazardous materials. Some even contain small amounts of precious metals.
The disposal of large amounts of electronic equipment through traditional means is not acceptable, and certainly no longer legal. Recycling these materials through safe, secure and environmentally sound processes is the solution. This is where SIMS Recycling Solutions excels. SIMS is a worldwide recycling solutions company with 88 locations around the globe. They have a mission of recycling materials that have served their useful life. SIMS currently safely and securely recycles an amazing 750,000 tonnes of this Waste Electronic and Electrical Equipment (WEEE) each year. SIMS Recycling Solutions meets and exceeds government regulations in the handling of these materials.
Now, SIMS Recycling Solutions is pleased to announce the launch of its new SIMS Recycling UK web presence. The new website features full disclosure of the variety of SIMS services available to make this a greener planet, including information on setting up Eco-days for schools, businesses and communities. These Eco-days help bring people together with the common goal of gathering materials for the recycling process.
The new SIMS Recycling Solutions website is a porthole for everything "green" including recycling resources on videos, whitepapers and presentations that can be utilized for educational purposes. It has multiple links to other environmentally oriented websites like that of
The Environment Agency
, The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, and The British Metals Recycling Association. Each link provides access to a wealth of information on how we can all help to make ours a safer, greener planet.
More information on the green efforts of Sims Recycling Solutions is available on their new website at
SOURCE SIMS Recycling Solutions