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Pedalling for purpose: Electrical recyclers donate £2,000 to local foodbank

REPIC and Environcom team up to donate £2,000 as part of the REPIC WEEE Cycle Network event


Perth business plays host to national WEEE network event at ground breaking Ecopark

Spotlight on the essential services keeping the Scottish network of electrical waste and materials moving


Kingussie secures a new small electrical recycling bank

Spotlight on improving access for donations of unwanted electricals


15 years since the implementation of Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment regulations across UK

Spotlight on the reuse of unwanted electricals as REPIC WEEE Cycle event departs from ILM Highland, Alness Scotland.


LARAC Scholars: Is reuse on the agenda in your Local Authority?

A recent open discussion chaired by saw the 2021 cohort of LARAC Scholars benefiting from sharing experiences on reuse in their local authority.


Q3 WEEE collection data shows promising progress

Louise Grantham, chief executive of REPIC, comments: “Total household WEEE collections year to date to Q3 2021 are 374,094 tonnes, which is 74.3% of Defra’s 2021 annual WEEE collections target. The data reveals just a small drop (1.5%) in total collections between Q3 and Q2 2021 – 125,866 tonnes v 127,817 tonnes. “Encouragingly Cooling and…


Battery market review

In this portable battery market report, we provide a high-level overview of progress in achieving the indicative 2021 UK battery obligation.


What is COP26 and why is it important?

The 2021 UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) is the 26th climate change COP and is hosted by the UK in partnership with Italy.


Q2 WEEE collection data is encouraging

REPIC’s chief executive, Louise Grantham shares an analysis of the data published on 1st September 2021.


REPIC joins industry leaders in debating the Resources and Waste Strategy

REPIC’s chief executive, Louise Grantham, joined an on-line panel debate on Tuesday 26th January 2021 arranged by Policy Connect and Imperial College London to review the Resources and Waste Strategy – two years on.