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At Rush-it-uk.com we aim to offer our customers a range of quality products at competitive prices. We can do this by offering a great range of: New, ex-display and Clearance products and by working hard to keep our costs as low as possible, then passing those savings on to you!
 
As a local business based in Kent,  Rush-it-uk.com  are small enough to care, but big enough to cope.
 
With our dedicated customer services open Monday – Saturday from 09:00 – 18:30 and we can be contacted 24 hours a day 7 days a week via email and social media.
 

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We pride ourselves on providing outstanding levels of customer care; before, during and after sales our friendly and well trained team are on hand to assist you every step of the way.
 
We understand that in today's world no one likes waiting and we agree! That's why we only sell products that we have in stock and that are ready for same day or next day dispatch. Most orders will be received within 24 - 36 hours from placing your order and if you just can't wait we can even arrange for special same day delivery (UK mainland only - restrictions & additional charges may apply).
 
At Rush-it-uk.com we believe in taking a responsible approach to our environment and our local community. We’re committed to reducing the impact our business has on the environment. We’re working hard to reduce the amount of resources we use and the amount of CO2 emissions we produce.
 
If you have an item that you no longer need following your purchase from Rush-it-uk.com, there is a charity near you that can put it to good use. Local charities take unwanted furniture and make it available for people on low incomes. For Furniture a national helpline is run by the Furniture Re-use Network or you can look for groups on the internet. Website: www.frn.org.uk., by doing this you can help people less fortunate than yourself and reduce the amount of waste in landfill sites!
 

WEEE Directive

 
Do you Conform to the The Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Directive (WEEE Directive)?
 
Yes, The Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Directive (WEEE Directive) was introduced in January 2007.
 
The WEEE Directive aims to reduce the amount of electrical and electronic equipment being produced and to encourage everyone to reuse, recycle and recover it.
 
The WEEE Directive also aims to improve the environmental performance of businesses that manufacture, supply, use, recycle and recover electrical and electronic equipment.
 
If you are an importer, rebranded or manufacturer of new electrical or electronic equipment, then it's likely that you'll need to comply with the UK's WEEE Regulations, which in part implement the WEEE Directive. If you do need to comply, then you must register on a producer compliance scheme.
 
You may also have obligations under the WEEE Regulations if you are a business with electrical or electronic equipment to dispose of, or if you sell electrical or electronic equipment.
 
Our role is to provide information and advice on complying with the WEEE Regulations to producers of Electrical or Electronic Equipment (EEE) and the waste management industry.
 

Retailers' responsibilities

 
The Waste Electrical and Electronic Regulations (WEEE Regulations) affect retailers and other distributors who sell electrical and electronic equipment (EEE).
 
If they're selling EEE to the public, retailers will have to ensure that their customers can return their WEEE free of charge.
 
This will be on a one-for-one basis, as long as the new equipment is of a similar type and has the same function as the old equipment.
 
The Vehicle Certification Agency (VCA) is responsible for ensuring that retailers and distributors of electrical equipment play their part in helping household users to dispose of WEEE at the end of a product's life.
 
The above is not quite a full picture... The actual responsibility can be as simple as to state "where" they can dispose of there waste electrical goods... below is the statement that is sufficient that we currently use:
 
Rush-it-uk and recycling: Disposal of electrical waste products: With effect from July 2007, the UK’s Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEE) Regulations require that all producers of electrical equipment are now obliged to pay for the recycling of household electrical goods. YOU CAN RECYCLE FOR FREE... Not all council sites are suitable to collect all types of waste electrical goods, but to find out your nearest participating site, please visit www.recycle-more.co.uk.