Aspirecig Limited support the need to maintain the environment in which we live and have a battery producer’s compliance scheme in place. To recycle your used devices, please use your local return collection systems such as local recycling centres, many supermarkets have battery bins alternatively return them to us for the correct disposal.
The legislation came into effect in the UK on the 2nd January 2007. Importers, distributors and Brand owners of Electrical and Electronic Equipment (EEE) are affected, attracting an obligation under the UK WEEE Regulations.
Our Environmental Agency Number is WEE/DJ4239XX.
Our WEEE registration number is SO94083
Electronic cigarette sales are still relatively small compared to many other industries (reflecting just a fraction of conventional cigarette sales, globally). But, like any other product that uses batteries, or has non-biodegradable elements, electronic cigarette companies must maintain a level of responsibility for environmental impact.
Find your nearest battery recycling point by simply putting your full postal code into the Battery Back website to find the nearest 20 Battery Back bins located at the entry or exit points at Supermarkets, DIY stores and major high street retailers.
Battery Back then recycle the magnetic (steel) and non-magnetic (zinc and brass) metal to ensure that nothing is wasted.
When recycling please ensure only the used batteries are placed in the containers, and not the item as a whole. The WEEE (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Regulations) logos you will find on our products and packaging indicate that our e cigarette tips, electronic cigarette batteries & personal charge case kits once used to their completion, should be recycled and NOT disposed of with your household waste.