Electronics Production | September 10, 2007
New WEEE treatment plant to open in the UK
UK based electronics recycling company Specialist WEEE Processing (Sweep) will open a authorized treatment plant in Kent to deal with the UK's electronic waste.
The plant will handle electronics waste from local authorities, compliance schemes and businesses across London and the South of England. German based firm MeWa, has provided the technology for the plant. 80,000 tonnes per annum will be the capacity of the plant.
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