Bucharest, July 24th 2014 – You have an old TV or a broken washing machine and you don’t know what to do with it? For the inhabitants of Bucharest it has never been easier to separately collect e-waste and to contribute to environment protection. They just need to make a phone call!
From lamps and batteries to old or broken electrical equipment, all this electrical and electronic waste, thrown at hazard, cannot but harm the environment, fill up space in the house and collect dust! That is why it needs to be separately collected and sent to recycling. If so far you haven’t found out what to do with old electrical appliances or where to take it, you now have all the information you need at hand! RoRec Associaţion launched a new site with an interactive map where you can find the nearest collection points for small domestic appliances, lamps or batteries.
For large and heavy electrical appliances, the consumers have at hand a free collection service.
At TelVerde 0800 444 800 you can call free of charge daily between 09.00-17.00 hours to require a free pick up from home of the old fridge, the broken washing machine or any other home appliances you want to dispose of responsibly.
A Rorec local team will come and take over your e-waste, ensuring free handling and transportation to assigned collection points. The service is addressed both to natural persons and legal entities, offering the necessary papers.
„WEEE collection should become a natural habit such as teeth brushing. No one expects a reward for brushing his teeth. These are natural habits coming from the respect for the people around us, the desire to be healthy.” said a coordinating teacher participating in the national program the Recycling Patrol of RoRec Association.
TelVerde 0800 444 800 is available for any information on WEEE collection and recycling! A free call for a healthy environment!
The Romanian Recycling Association RoRec(www.rorec.ro) is a not-for-profit organization, founded by eleven of the best known European manufacturers of household appliances, presently acting in Romania. RoRec Association takes over producers’ responsibility and carries out all activities required for collection, treatment and recycling of waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE), in conformity with the EU legislation in this field.