Here at X-Met Metals, we can collect a range of ferrous and non ferrous waste, as well as batteries, boilers and electronic waste, from across the North West, including Chorley, Rochdale, Salford and Oldham. Or you can opt to deliver your recyclables to our new scrap yard in Skelmersdale. This includes scrap portable and UPS batteries.
Recycling UPS batteries
For companies and businesses, as well as individuals, recycling any batteries can be a challenge. But for lead acid batteries, car batteries and UPS batteries, this is made more complicated by the legal requirements and obligations. UPS batteries fall under the WEEE directive, and as a result, safe disposal and recycling of these is heavily regulated. Ultimately, this means that the UPS batteries need to be disposed of, preferably recycled, in safe and environmentally friendly ways. Failure to do so could lead to financial or legal consequences. For offices and data centres with several UPS batteries, to individuals with just one or two, recycling legally is essential.
Here at X-Met metals we collect portable batteries across Chorley
Wherever you are across the North West, we can collect your scrap from you, here at X-Met Metals. But why should you choose us for your UPS batteries? Well, there are a number of reasons, including:
- Payment on site- here at X-Met Metals we offer great prices for your old UPS batteries! So not only can you recycle them in good faith, but you also get paid for your scrap too! We will weigh and pay for your scrap metal on the spot too, using one of three payment methods including a pre-paid card.
- Hassle free collection- with our collection service, we can come to you wherever you are at a time and place that is suitable for you. So you wont have to waste time or fuel visiting a scrap yard.
- Full legal compliance- buy selling your old batteries to us, you can be sure that your batteries will be recycled professionally, within legal parameters.
For more information get in touch with Manchester’s leading scrap metal merchants, X-Met Metals, today!