Our commitment to recycling
In the unlikely event that one of our products breaksdown most of our products can be repaired or recycled, saving natural resources and helping to protect the environment.
To help you identify products that can be recycled, Inphase Audio products and relevant components are clearly labeled. You can recycle any product marked with this symbol, so please do not throw them away in your general waste bin.
Retailers have a responsibility to aid customers in recycling their Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) free of charge when purchasing a new product from them, as per the WEEE Regulations 2013.
We comply with these regulations by financially supporting the Distributor Take back Scheme. Contributions go towards supporting recycling centres run by local authorities.
It is important that batteries are disposed of and recycled correctly - they should not be mixed with other waste. Our Batteries are built into our products and should be disposed in the electrical area at your local recycling centre.
Under the Batteries and Accumulators Regulations 2009, retailers are required to minimise harmful effects of batteries on the environment by ensuring proper waste battery collections and recycling.
To support these regulations, we ensure all are product that have in built batteries are clearly marked so that they can be recycled appropriately.
Retailers who use packaging as part of their supply chain are required to support reducing the amount of packaging that ends up in landfill, as per the Producer Responsibility Obligations Regulations 2007.
We comply with these regulations by minimising the amount of packaging we use and what we do use we ensure that the elements are easy to recycle via your local recycle centre.
Refurbished and faulty products
To reduce waste, any non faulty, returned products are quality checked, cleaned and restored to a premium condition. They are then offered at a discounted price through our retail and outlet stores.
We also aim to fix any faulty products before offering replacement. In the unlikely event that it cannot be fixed then a replacment will be offered.