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Disposing of Equipment at End of Life

Equipment must be disposed of responsibly at the end of its life, the process is covered by regulations on Waste, transportation of waste, Waste Electronic & Electrical Equipment, and where applicable, Waste Battery and Accumulator Regulations.

 

Large equipment supplied by Medray will be collected and disposed of on request at no cost.  Customers must follow the instructions to make the equipment safe and complete any packaging or statements of compliance to allow this to be arranged.

 

Where Medray supplies replacement equipment and/or new installations, we will make all the arrangements to remove old equipment, in all other cases call our customer services team at +44 (0) 870 6000245 Removable Industrial batteries in the equipment may be disposed of through customers waste collection processes, or if requested, Medray will take back and recycle at its own cost, however, the customers must pay for collection and transportation to the take-back centre.

 

It's important to retain all replacement battery packaging for use on batteries removed so they can be collected and transported in line with UK waste and hazardous products regulations.  The packaging is designed and safety tested, specifically for each battery and without this transportation by road or rail is not allowed.

 

Some industrial batteries (eg. lead/acid) often have a value to recyclers, so discussing collection by your current waste contractor may allow them to be collected and recycled for free.  Should you wish Medray to provide a quotation for the collection of waste batteries supplied by us, and you have packed in the replacement battery packaging, call our customer services team at +44 (0) 870 6000245

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