Fridges

 

Environcom has on site MEWA QZ2500 which can process 100 fridges per hour.

 
  • Our process collects harmful refrigerants and blowing agents such as CFC’s, HCFC’s, HC’s and HFC’s. This is carried out under controlled conditions thus assisting to limit the impact these substances could have on the environment.
  • Fridges and Freezers are processed in an inert Nitrogen atmosphere.
  • Capacity to process 100 fridges per hour.

Latest News



Pentane ruling sparks fridge recycling concerns (7 Oct 2013)
'Let's Recycle' Article - Recyclers have claimed that a change in Environment Agency guidance has lead to a shortage of capacity at fridge recycling plants.
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MRW article - New business models will boost reuse (28 Sep 2013)
Marcus Gover, WRAP Director - visit to Environcom - MRW Reuse article
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Daily Telegraph Article 4 June 2013 (4 Jun 2013)
How former Dixons executive Sean Feeney has revitalised Environcom, which recycles electrical items, after fearing the business was risking its reputation for short term gain.
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Finance For the Future Award (3 Jun 2013)
Financial leadership in sustainability recognised at Finance for the Future at Finance Awards
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PRESS Apprenticeships Let's Recycle (15 Mar 2013)
An apprenticeship scheme for re-use engineers is being launched as part of National Apprenticeship Week (11-15 March) by environcom and South Lincs College.
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Environcom wins The Chartered Institution of Waste Management Recycling Performance of the Year 2012 Award (12 Nov 2012)
Environcom, a company that specialises in recycling Waste Electrical and Electronic Items (WEEE), has won an award for developing a unique process that re-uses previously wasted material...
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Environcom achieves 98% fridge recycling thanks to unique innovation (28 Jun 2012)
Pioneering WEEE (waste electrical and electronic equipment) recycler environcom, whose philosophy is to do the right thing with WEEE so it doesn't cost the earth, has announced that it is now achieving a 98% recycling rate for its fridges...
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Major contract Travis Perkins (19 Apr 2012)
Pioneering WEEE (waste electrical and electronic equipment) recycler environcom has announced that it has signed a major contract with the Travis Perkins Group, the UK’s largest builders’ merchant and home improvement retailer, to carry out its electronics and electrical equipment (EEE) re-use and recycling needs. The agreement is a major boost for environcom and coincides with predictions by the company that 2012 will be a "record year" for WEEE re-use in the UK.
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