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Sayona's Recycling Solutions offers businesses a comprehensive suite of services to help unlock the value in their redundant, end of life or customer returned electrical and electronic business assets.

Main categories of e-scrap processed for re-use, component or commodity recovery:

Waste electrical and electronic equipment can be divided into ten major categories:

  • Large domestic appliances including refrigerators, washing machines, electric cookers, microwave ovens, dish washing machines, electric fans, electric radiators
  • Small domestic appliances including toasters, irons, vacuum cleaners and hairdryers
  • IT and telecommunications equipment including computers, servers, photocopiers, phones, printers, visual display units (VDUs), facsimile machines
  • Consumer equipment including televisions, DVD players, hi-fi equipment, electric guitars, amplifiers, radios, video cameras
  • Lighting equipment including fluorescent lamps, high intensity discharge lamps, low intensity sodium lamps
  • Electrical and electronic tools including drills, electric saws, sewing machines, lawnmowers, sanders, nail guns
  • Toys, leisure and sports equipment including video game consoles, electronic fitness equipment electric trains and car racing systems, coin slot machines
  • Medical devices including analysers, imaging and radio therapy equipment.
  • Monitoring control instruments including smoke detectors and thermostats
  • Automatic dispensers including cold drinks and snacks dispensers

We have invested in specialist equipment to recover hazardous substances: Within these categories, hazardous substances can exist and legislation prescribing what is hazardous does vary by country but typical examples include:

  • Ozone Depleting Substances such as CFCs or HCFCs found in refrigerators or insulating panels
  • Lead found in Cathode Ray Tubes and certain batteries
  • Phosphors found in Cathode Ray Tubes and Fluorescent Lamps
  • Cadmium found in Nickel Cadmium (NiCad) Batteries
  • Certain flame retardants found in plastics
  • Radioactive materials found in anything from medical equipment to smoke detectors
Recycling Tips

The use of scrap metal has become an integral part of the modern steelmaking industry, improving the industry's economic viability and reducing environmental impact.

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