Recycling Information

From just £4.99 Buywise Domestics can recycle any large appliance (see a full list of appliances we recycle below) and ensure your appliance(s) is disposed of in an environmentally friendly way. So save yourself the hassle and let us deliver your new appliance(s) and recycle your old appliance.

Don’t miss the opportunity to get this great service because it must be requested when you order your new appliance.

Please note: Your old appliance(s) must be disconnected from all water, electrical and gas supply in advance of the goods being removed.

How do I tell you that I want my old appliance recycled?

When you purchase your new appliance just select to ‘Recycle Old Appliance’ from the drop down box on the product page (see below). Some appliances give you the option to recycle more than one appliances for an additional £4.99. e.g If you purchase a new Fridge Freezer and need us to take away an old fridge and your old freezer!

Which appliances do we recycle?

You can see a full list of appliances we can recycle along with the cost for this service. If you need any help or advice about recycling an appliance then please feel free to give our team a call on 01295 266087 and they’ll be happy to help.

  • Washing Machines  – £9.99
  • Tumble Dryers – £9.99
  • Washer Dryers – £9.99
  • Fridge Freezers – £9.99
  • American Fridge Freezers – £9.99
  • Fridges – £9.99
  • Wine Coolers – £9.99
  • Freezers – £9.99
  • Dishwashers – £9.99
  • Cookers – £9.99
  • Range Cookers – From £19.99
  • Ovens – £9.99
  • Microwaves – £4.99
  • Warming Drawers – £9.99
  • Steam Ovens – £9.99
  • Hobs – £9.99
  • Cooker Hoods – £4.99

Please note that this charge is for the transportation and collection of your old appliances, we do not charge for recycling.

Recycling is available on a like for like basis, for example: if you purchase a washing machine you can choose to have your old washing machine removed and recycled when your new one is delivered for just £9.99.

Why recycle?

Unwanted electrical equipment is the UKs fastest growing type of waste.

Many electrical items can be repaired or recycled, saving natural resources and the environment. If you do not recycle, electrical equipment will end up in landfill where hazardous substances will leak out and cause soil and water contamination – harming wildlife and also human health.