Ni cam batteries are a type of rechargeable battery that use nickel and cadmium as electrodes. At one time, they were popular in portable electronic devices, photography equipment, power tools and torches. However, there is a significant environmental impact when disposing the toxic cadmium. That’s why you need to have great skill, experience and resources in disposing of ni cam batteries in Ireland. That’s where eWaste and our two decades of experience comes in. Whether you’re a member of the public, a retailer, have a civic amenity site or run a local collection scheme, we can collect your ni cam batteries anywhere in Ireland and efficiently, compliantly and cost-effectively deal with them.
Why choose eWaste?
Collecting, processing and recycling WEEE requires expertise and planning. We’ve been excelling in these skills for over 20 years. So, while our experience allows us to look after your needs in the most economically viable way, our abilities enable us to do it safely, efficiently and compliantly.
The safety of our people and yours is always our primary consideration. As well as meeting industry certification standards, safety underpins everything we do. eWaste is audited annually to ensure we are following industry best practice. But in addition to that, we are constantly implementing new rigorous safety protocols across our business.
Environmental best practice dictates our entire operating process. From safeguarding the environment, to reducing our carbon footprint, every part of what we do and every person that does it, is guided by the highest industry standards. This helps us, help you ensure your environmental commitments are adhered to.
We are massively proud of our exceptionally high standard of compliance across our company. We keep up to date with all regulatory requirements via links with a number of leading associations and maintain a legislation register that is updated on a regular basis. While this is done to retain the high number of certifications we possess, it is also done to ensure we never stop updating our protocols to the most modern standards.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Part of the Ratcliffe Group, eWaste have been collecting, transporting, processing and managing Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment since 2005.
eWaste work with businesses of all sizes across all industry sectors. We have established a famous reputation for doing what you need done, safely, efficiently and compliantly.
Our state-of-the-art consolidation and treatment plant is based in Greenogue Business Park in County Dublin. From here, we work across Ireland, Northern Ireland and the UK.
Absolutely. Simply contact us today and one of highly experienced team will be able to discuss your needs and your budget, so that we can take it from there.