The Waste Management Office is developing a network of Municipal Electro-Waste Points in Warsaw!

In recent weeks, new containers for the collection of used small electrical and electronic equipment have appeared in Warsaw. Thanks to their availability, the Municipal Electrical Waste Points will make it easier for Varsovians to dispose of their most frequently used electrical and electronic equipment.
A defective phone charger, used toner from printers, damaged small electronics or used light bulbs. This waste accompanies us in our everyday life, so we should know how to deal with it properly.
So far, waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) could be handed over at electronics shops, selective municipal waste collection points, mobile selective municipal waste collection points, ElektroEko Mobile Electro-Waste Collection Points, ElektroEko Small Electro-Waste Bins and Municipal Electrical Waste Points. These locations have been joined by a further 55 bins for small WEEE, where phones, chargers, light bulbs, toners, batteries and accumulators and small electronics can be deposited. These points are another element improving hazardous waste management in the capital of Poland and are part of the idea of a closed-cycle economy.
Municipal Electro-Waste Points are located in publicly accessible places such as district offices, school and kindergarten grounds, at sports and leisure centers or playgrounds. The purchase of the Municipal Electro-waste Points was financed under the European Union project 'Capital Cities Collaborating on Common Challenges in Hazardous Waste Management - Yerevan, Warsaw, Tirana', in which the Waste Management Office of the city of Warsaw participates.