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Mitsubishi Launches End Of Life Recycling Programme
23rd September 2012
Mitsubishi Electric has extended its successful recycling programme to include waste heating products. In partnership with Overton Recycling, the company has developed an end-of-life scheme for customers wanting to dispose of heating equipment replaced by the company's Ecodan heat pumps.
The free service has been designed for use by housing associations, local authorities, house builders and contractors who need to recycle quantities in excess of 10 large items, such as domestic boilers, from a single location. It offers customers an easy and efficient way to dispose of unwanted kit, safely and responsibly, to ensure that items are recycled rather than simply scrapped.
"The new scheme has been developed in line with our corporate commitment to the three R's; Reduce, Reuse, Recycle," said Martin Fahey, Mitsubishi Electric's Sustainable Solutions Manager. "We believe that it is important to recover and recycle as much of the raw material contained in the old units as possible, in order to return it back to the supply chain."