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Where To Dispose and Recycle CCTV And CCTV Equipment

Updated: Jul 31


Do you have redundant CCTV cameras or CCTV Equipment that is taking up space?


CCTV Cameras are commonly used by many organisations and are extremely important, they record images of people in certain public places including town centres, roads, airports, and on public transport.


What happens to redundant CCTV and CCTV Equipment?


When a company has upgraded to a new CCTV system the old one typically gets stored in a WEEE Recycling area. That is then left to collect dust and causes an unusable workspace. The best method to prevent cluttering the workspace is to recycle and dispose of redundant CCTV and CCTV Equipment in an eco-friendly and time-efficient manner. Usually, you will be looking for an environmentally friendly company with a Zero-Landfill Policy.


Where to recycle and dispose of CCTV and CCTV Equipment?


When disposing and recycling CCTV's it is important to use GDPR accredited recycling facilities that specialise in the CCTV Industry. Due to GDPR regulation its a legal requirement that Schools, Universities, Offices and businesses recycle their equipment using current procedures to prevent breaches of sensitive data.


What we do..


Once a collection has been confirmed with the WEEE Recycling Company it is important to ensure all equipment is accessible for the drivers, This allows for a more efficient data asset logging process once arrived on site.


The data-bearing equipment such as CCTV Hard drives, CCTV SSD, CCTV Servers and Recording Data Units, is the first to be logged as that is our priority and will be allocated to a separate cage to be sanitised and destructed once returned to the WEEE Recycling Centre.



Hard drive sanitisation and data destruction to keep you safe!

Team members at the Data Destruction WEEE Recycling Facility use iso9001 accredited procedures to ensure data on hard drives and SSD are securely data wiped before the destruction process.



We will then break down non-data bearing items such as CCTV Redundant equipment for its raw components such as Camera motherboards, Metals, Wires, Glass and plastics and will be separated in designated bins.




What we recycle
  • CCTV Cameras

  • CCTV SERVERS

  • PTZ CAMERAS

  • Dome CCTV Cameras

  • IRing Door Bells Recycling

  • Network IP Cameras

  • Wireless CCTV Cameras

  • Infrared Night Visions Cameras



Who is SMS RECYCLING?

We offer collections from Surrey and the following areas, Camberley, Aldershot, Farnborough, Chertsey, Egham, Sutton, Kingston, Kent, Horley, Esher, Farnham, Goldaming, Godstone, Guildford, Redhill, Leatherhead, Surbiton, Wembley, Croydon, Bromley, Catford, Lewisham, Lightwater, Deepcut, Yateley, Wallington, East Molesey, Cranleigh, Dorking, Epsom, Weybridge, Richmond, Reigate, Hindhead, Cheam.


What Is Our Duty Of Care?

We collect and recycle all unwanted electronic equipment and aim to keep Britain and the world environmentally tidy, SMS Recycling goes by a zero-landfill policy to prevent third-world countries from being affected by electronic waste. We work alongside the environment agency to ensure our processes are up to date and managed efficiently to today's WEEE/ITAD and Decommissioning Recycling regulations.



Who We have worked with

Companies we have worked with Thames water Kent Police Jagermeister

Don't hesitate to get in contact with us

Our dedicated team member will help assist you with instant communication via our Telephone - 01276 20916 or Email - Info@smsrecycling.co.uk




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Zero Landfill E-Waste Recycling



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