Able to hold PC’s, screen, kettles and a lot more, our waste bags are perfect for a wide array of different business types that require a suitable bin for their hazardous waste. You can check to see whether they are suitable for your business’ waste disposal needs below.
How big is a large waste bag?In order to provide our customers with a solution that suits their needs, we offer a square waste bag – 900mm x 900mm x 900mm that has a 729L capacity.
How much can I fit in a bin?Our WEEE bags have been designed to be easy to use and operate, whilst being able to hold a large amount of waste. One of our large waste bags can hold around 100kg of electrical waste. This weight equals to approximatively 50 items per waste bag.
What can I put into an electrical bulk waste bag?Various mixed waste electrical equipment can be added to our large waste bags such as PC's, computer equipment, kettles, microwaves, toasters, screens etc. A mixed combination of items is expected (we do not offer bulk collections of a single stream). Our large electrical waste bags exclude high volumes of single/same stream materials (eg batteries, screens).
How do I go about getting my electrical waste bag?All you need to do is complete our quote form for an instant obligation free quote and then one of our team members will get in touch with you.
See below for the standard large waste bag we provide for electrical waste:
Capacity Waste types Dimensions (LxWxH) 729 litres Electrical waste 900mm x 900mm x 900mm
Depending on the type of bin you have, will depend what can be disposed of in that bin. At Biffa we have prepared the following contamination policy, designed to help you understand what you can put in each type of bin aside from general rubbish.
What's Allowed What's Not
Various mixed waste electrical equipment such as PC's, computer equipment, kettles, microwaves, toasters, screens etc. A mixed combination of items is expected (not bulk collections of a single stream). Collected in an open top 'bulk' bag.
Excludes high volumes of single/same stream materials (eg batteries, screens)