What do we do with old or defective devices?

  • Legal persons

    For legal entities, the management of e-waste is a complex task, as it involves stricter legal obligations and more rigorous procedures. More precisely, legal entities have the obligation to selectively collect and store electrical waste in special containers, complying with the legal provisions in force. It must ensure their transport and recovery in a responsible manner, according to legal provisions, taking into account the impact on the environment and public health. In addition, they must draw up specific documentation for each stage of the e-waste management process and report it to the competent authorities. It is important to follow all these procedures to avoid penalties and help protect the environment.

  • Individuals

    If you own an old or broken electrical appliance, don't throw it away! You have the obligation to hand it over to a specially arranged collection point. These points can be located in various locations such as shopping malls, supermarkets or other public places. Within these collection points there are containers specially arranged for the collection of small electrical and electronic waste, batteries and accumulators.

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TelVerde - information and collection of electrical/electronic waste

We should all be aware that throwing electrical waste in the garbage, in nature, in the forest, on the edge of waters or in other unauthorized places can attract fines or penalties.

Tel Verde 0800444800 is a national tool for information and collection of electrical and electronic waste, which can help in their correct management. Through selective collection and respect for the environment, we can all contribute to protecting our planet.

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