The Circular Economy Engineering team at Landbell Group company, H2 Compliance, has reached a significant milestone by collecting and recycling more than 10,000 tonnes of waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) across the EMEA region for the HP Inc B2B hardware take-back program.
The project is successfully managed by H2 Compliance and draws on solid cooperation across many of Landbell Group’s companies.
In operation since 2017, the HP Inc B2B hardware take-back program has worldwide coverage and H2 Compliance is the main provider to manage WEEE from HP Inc’s B2B customers in the EMEA region, covering almost 40 different countries.
H2 Compliance manages more than 1,200 take-back requests a year from different types of B2B customers, including warehouses, HP Inc repair centres or other kinds of business entities belonging to the HP Inc network.
The achievement of collecting and treating more than 10,000 tonnes of WEEE once again underlines the important role that Landbell Group is playing in the circular economy.
Thanks to its unique network scope, its expertise and its innovative recycling strategies, Landbell Group is continuously developing circular strategies in close cooperation with its customers.
Commenting on the milestone, Marta Jakowczyk, HP Inc Take-Back and Recovery Operations Program Manager EMEA, said:
“H2 Compliance is not just HP Inc’s vendor, but our business partner in the full meaning of this word. H2 Compliance’s strong customer approach makes me confident that we don’t run into any risk and we choose the most competitive solution that answers to our needs. H2 Compliance also has a great dose of creativity that encourages me to always discuss new projects with them. I am happy to see how this collaboration leads both our companies to mutual growth!”
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