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WEEE partnership targets Scotland

Recycling and resource management company William Tracey Group has signed a long-term agreement with WEEE recycling company Sunersol.

Sunersol will collect commercial WEEE from businesses and local authorities throughout the UK, with a focus on Scotland.

The agreement offers an online package from ordering containers in the Scotland-based William Tracey Group livery, to collection and reprocessing of WEEE with fully auditable reports and billing.

The collection of WEEE can be a challenge in Scotland due to the remoteness of many areas and the tie-upcreates a direct way for businesses to recycle WEEE.

Craig Thompson, Managing Director of Sunersol comments: “William Tracey has grasped the concept of Sunersol from the outset and has embraced the forward thinking of the WEEE recycling industry.”

Andrew O’Connor from William Tracey adds: “Sunersol brings a new innovation to Scotland, simplifying the WEEE recycling process for businesses and local authorities.

“We have been very impressed with the online capabilities and being able to track loads online is a major step forward, as this has historically been a drawback of collecting WEEE.”

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