At FLP, we want to help make recycling photocopiers as easy as possible. Making sure your equipment is disposed of correctly is important, and with us, you can safely dispose of your unwanted, old photocopiers and minimise your impact on the environment through correct handling of your e-waste and compliance with all necessary regulations.

Photocopiers, much like other electronic equipment, store data in their hard drives, and at FLP we utilise market-leading data sanitisation software from BLANCCO and ADISA, which permanently erases all data on your photocopier’s HDDs and SSDs. We can offer a range of data sanitisation solutions including DoD 5220.22-M and NIST 800-88.

After your photocopier’s data has been thoroughly erased, a personalised certificate will be issued for each storage device. This certificate serves as tangible proof, assuring you that your data has been securely removed.

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Your peace of mind is our priority, and we take every avenue possible to protect all of your sensitive data during the recycling and disposal process. Together, we can begin to make a major impact on the environment by understanding that recycling photocopiers is more than just disposing of e-waste, it is a commitment to sustainable behaviour which reflects positively on yourself and your corporate image.

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Why recycle Your Old photocopiers?

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Photocopier recycling is a comprehensive process aimed at responsibly disposing of old or unused photocopiers. This involves several key steps: collection, data sanitisation, material recovery and item dismantling, recycling, and certification.

By choosing FLP, you not only ensure the secure and environmentally responsible disposal of your photocopiers, but you also are actively contributing to sustainable and ethical e-waste management.

Encompassing a broad spectrum of devices, WEEE is short for “Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment”. This can often refer to electronic devices powered by batteries or plugs, but is not limited by this definition.

There is a noticeable increase in the production of WEEE in the UK. 

Becoming law in 2007, the WEEE Directive plays a valuable role in encouraging sustainable production and consumption. It places a primary emphasis on preventing the creation of WEEE and seeks to reduce the amount of WEEE heading towards landfill sites. 

Correct and responsible photocopier recycling is significant because photocopiers can often store sensitive information. Responsible recycling ensures secure data destruction. 

Responsible recycling of photocopiers reduces electronic waste heading towards landfill, and promotes sustainable resource management. 

Responsible recycling showcases a commitment to corporate social responsibility, positively influencing the perception of your organisation.