As consumers and users of regulated electrical equipment (REE), we should also consider how to properly dispose of the waste equipment. Measures under the producer responsibility scheme on waste electrical and electronic equipment (WPRS) promote the proper recycling of these equipment, turning waste into resources, and reducing the environmental impacts of these products at their post-consumption stage.
I have some old REE. What are the proper recycling channels?
The seller is obliged to arrange statutory removal service free of charge for you and notify you of the relevant terms and conditions. For details, please click here.
You may consider:
- making appointment with the WEEE‧PARK Operator Collection Hotline (2676 8888) for free door-to-door collection service. For details, please click here.
- recycling service at Community Green Stations (CGSs). Currently eight CGSs are in operation, including Sha Tin CGS, Eastern CGS, Kwun Tong CGS, Yuen Long CGS, Sham Shui Po CGS, Tuen Mun CGS, Kwai Tsing CGS and Tai Po CGS. For details, please click here.
- collection service provided by the E-waste Collection Vehicle. The collection vehicle stations in 18 districts on Saturdays and Sundays on a roster basis. For details, please click here.