We offer a comprehensive take-back service for out-of-service or no longer repairable refrigeration and air-conditioning units. As an authorised and registered Waste Database (BDO) Processing Plant, we will manage the waste generated from the processed equipment in full compliance with the law. We issue the documents required by the applicable legislation to confirm receipt of waste. We recover refrigerants and dispose of them.
We would like to inform our esteemed customers that Wastes Service Group, on 1 August 2017, as one of the first waste electrical and electronic equipment processing plants, passed the inspection activities carried out by the Office of Technical Inspection, for verification of our company's compliance with the conditions for obtaining an F-gas certificate for the company.
This means that, as a company, we have the appropriate technical equipment and qualified and authorised personnel certified to perform fluorinated greenhouse gas recovery activities during the maintenance or servicing of refrigeration, air conditioning or heat pump equipment, prior to the final disposal of these products and equipment.
Thus, our waste electrical and electronic equipment processing plant fully complies with the requirements of subsection 7 of Article 51 of the Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Act (Journal of Laws of 2015, item 1688, as amended), which specifies that we have
"installations allowing for the elimination of ozone-depleting substances or fluorinated greenhouse gases with a global warming potential (GWP) above 15, including gases contained in refrigeration foams and circuits, by their proper recovery and adequate treatment or destruction, in accordance with the Act of 15 May 2015 on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer and on Certain Fluorinated Greenhouse Gases (Journal of Laws, item 881) - in the case of the treatment of refrigeration equipment".
As a company, we can also carry out any installation and maintenance or servicing of refrigeration equipment in accordance with EC Commission Regulation 303/2008.
It is worth emphasising that under these EU regulations, it is the operator of the refrigeration equipment (usually the user) who must ensure that maintenance, servicing or disposal operations are carried out by authorised personnel (and company).
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