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    Small electrical items that are broken (and can’t be repaired or refused) are classed as WEEE – waste electrical and electronic equipment

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    Any items that have a  plug, use batteries, need charging, or have a picture of a crossed-out wheelie bin on, are known as Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE)

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    Any disposable batteries should be recycled separately.


    More information can be found here 

    Kerbside collection

    Kerbside collection


    Your local authority may collect small electrical items, including your Philips product.

    Visit your local council’s website to see if they collect small electrical items. This is usually found under ‘What Can I Recycle’

    Local recycling

    Local recycling


    You can recycle WEEE waste via your local recycling centre. Please check details of your local centre before you visit. 

    To find your nearest one, visit RecycleNow

    Recycle your dental care products

    Recycle your dental care products


    We’ve partnered with TerraCycle® to create a recycling plan for dental care products.

    Recycle your shaver blades and heads

    Recycle your shaver blades and heads

    We are pleased to share with you a simple way you can recycle your Philips razor blades and shaving heads through our handy freepost service.

    Why refurbish?

    Unwanted products often get scrapped after a customer returns them, but not at Philips. As part of our sustainability missions, we now offer a wide range of products that are given a new life instead of ending up in landfill


    Guaranteed Philips quality 


    Full 2-year warranty


    Reduces waste

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