Recycling Guide

Electrical and electronic devices

Illustration of entertainment electronics, household appliances and lights

Electrical and electronic devices contain valuable resources that can be recycled.

What?

These items belong in the collection

Entertainment electronics, cameras, mobile phones, games, garden equipment, household appliances and similar items.

These items do not belong in the collection

Old light bulbs and individual toner/ink cartridges.

Important

Can't give away or repair your device? Recycle it! From lawnmowers and toasters to mobile phones, computers and cameras, out-of-use electrical and electronic devices have one thing in common: they contain valuable raw materials that can be reused after recycling.

Where?

Places where you can dispose of your old device

Our branches that sell electrical or electronic devices also accept them for recycling through customer service. You can also recycle various electric and electronic devices at municipal recycling centres. Please consult your local waste removal calendar for more details.

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How?

Here's how to recycle old devices

In some cases, old electrical and electronic devices are first processed manually and then by a machine. The extracted components, such as plastics, iron, aluminium, alloys containing tin, zinc, copper and nickel, as well as precious metals, can be reused as materials. Problematic components are dismantled or removed and disposed of separately.

Did you know?

On average, 75% of the components in electrical and electronic devices are recyclable.

Together for more recycling

Recycling protects the climate and conserves the Earth’s natural resources. That’s why we want to do our bit together with you.

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