diskrecycling.co.uk offers a method of DVD, CD and CD-Rom destruction that recycles 100%

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diskrecycling.co.uk offers a method of DVD, CD and CD-Rom destruction that recycles 100% of the compact disc, jewel case and packaging without the use of chemicals, in a totally secure environment.í please visit http://diskrecycling.co.uk for more details

CD recycling is a service from diskrecycling.co.uk , which allows you to dispose of CDs in an environmentally responsible way. Suitable for all types of CDs and their plastic cases, including music CDs, writeable CDs and CD ROMs which can be recycled extracting the polycarbonate and aluminium content for use in the manufacture of new components using hard plastics and metals.

We supply our customers with purpose-designed boxes made from recycled cardboard for the on-site collection of CDs prior to collection by diskrecycling.co.uk. This can be to a fixed schedule or on an ad-hoc basis tailored to your requirements, please submit enquiry form via web site or email info@ diskrecycling.co.uk with any questions

With mounting international concern over the environmental impact of landfill and the continual use of valuable and finite natural resources, diskrecycling.co.uk has developed a unique mechanical process to decollate and recycle compact discs and their integral packaging.

As a result, 100% of the materials from the cased CD's is recycled for use in the manufacture of various products such as artificial wood and alarm panels, and re-use in the production of CD jewel cases and reflective light lenses. The paper packaging is also recycled.

You listen to them on your stereo, play them in your computer, or watch movies on them. Compact discs (CDs) and their faster cousin, digital video discs (DVDs) are everywhere! Only a few millimeters thick, they provide hours of entertainment and hold huge volumes of information. Do you ever stop to think about how CDs and DVDs are made, what materials are used, or what happens to these discs when you donít want them any more? Making products like CDs and DVDs consumes natural resources, produces waste, and uses energy. By learning about product life cycles, you can find out how to reduce the environmental impacts and natural resource use associated with products you use every day. When you understand these connections, you can make better environmental choices about the products you use, and how you dispose of them. Follow the life cycle of a CD or DVD on this poster to learn more about how these products are made and how you can help reduce their environmental impacts.

Give unwanted CDs and DVDs a new lease of life. diskrecycling.co.uk clean, grind, blend, and compound the discs into a high-quality plastic for a variety of uses, including:

* Automotive industry parts.
* Raw materials to make plastics (Discs are ground into a gravel-like substance, which is sold to companies that melt it down and convert it to
* Office equipment.
* Alarm boxes and panels,
*street lights,
* electrical cable insulation.
Collect yours, or set up a collection point at work, and send to Polymer Recycling. Please only include CDs, DVDs and associated packaging, and nothing else. Find out more, including where to post them to at http://www.diskrecycling.co.uk

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