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Cheetah are a WEEE Ireland member

Cheetah Electronics Ltd. in accordance with EU Directives 2012/19/EU and 2006/66/EC are committed to meeting the requirements of the European Union (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment) Regulations 2014. These Regulations require producers of electrical and electronic equipment to finance the takeback of WEEE resulting from products that we place on the Irish market. This helps us to ensure that WEEE is reused or recycled safely. In line with that commitment Cheetah will take back WEEE from you. Please contact us for details.

Producer Register Limited Number: IE01012WB

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Cheetahs Sustainable Repair Service

  • 57.4 Mt (Million Metric Tonnes) of e-waste was generated in 2021. The total is growing by an average of 2 Mt a year.

  • There is over 347 Mt of unrecycled e-waste on earth in 2023.

  • China, the US, and India produce the most e-waste.

  • Only 17.4% of e-waste is known to be collected and properly recycled.

  • Estonia, Norway, and Iceland have the highest e-waste recycling rates.

  • The e-waste recycling market was valued at €45,191 million in 2020.

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When talking about sustainability, device circularity is about reusing and recycling. We should recover value before electronics become e-waste. There are two main ways to extend the life of a product: 

  • Repair it so that the primary owner can continue using the product. 

  • Sending devices to the manufacturer or a refurbisher to get them resold. 

Repair and reuse are equally essential for the circular economy. Since most CO2-eq emissions are produced upon initial manufacturing, a second-life device will reduce the burden on our planet. Refurbishing and after-sales channels mean fewer greenhouse gas emissions and less waste. 

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