Delivery to Mainland UK only
Our standard delivery charge is £5.94 including vat, this covers up to a maximum weight of 25kg. Please note that extra charges will be added on heavy or multiple items, any additional carriage charges will be notified to you prior to processing your ordert. We will endeavour to package your items as economically as possible, however due to individual item sizes and weights further charges may be added on multiple parcels. If you require further information then please do not hesitate to contact us. Please note that some postcode areas may attract additional delivery charges, including but not exclusively the following: AB, CA, HS, IM, IV, KA, KW, LA, PA, PH, TR, ZE
Cancellation and Returns Policy
In Line with Distance Selling Regulations as a UK Consumer (not a business or sole trader) you have the right to cancel at anytime preceding the despatch of your ordered goods. You also have the right to cancel the contract within 7 days of delivery. The item must not be used, and must be “as new” when returned to us. The item must be returned at your expense, when received a full refund will be issued within 28 calendar days to the address below.
Andrew Page - AP-Tech
54A Dolly Lane
Andrew Page recognises that running our business impacts on the environment and that we have a responsibility to reduce the negative impacts. We do this by taking seriously our moral and legal obligations in relation to the environment. Specific examples of this in action include:
- Working with suppliers to, where possible, reduce the packaging around products we sell;
- Wherever possible, reusing packaging, for example reusing supplier cartons in our internal operations;
- Recycling as much of the waste we produce as a business as we can;
- Minimising the amount of waste we send to landfill.
In addition to these overall aims, we comply with environmental regulations aimed at protecting the environment. Key amongst these regulations are:
The Producer Responsibility Obligations (Packaging Waste) Regulations 2007 (as amended). Through our compliance with these regulations, Andrew Page helps fund the UK recycling and recovery of packaging disposed of by its customers. Our Producer Registration number is NPWD106478 and our funding has supported the recycling and recovery of over 1000 tonnes of packaging waste in recent years. We encourage all our customers to recycle their own waste. For further information on how you can help to recycle more and where you can recycle your waste, please visit www.recyclenow.com.
The Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Regulations 2006 (as amended). Much of the UK's waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) ends up in landfill, where the lead and other toxins it contains can cause soil and water contamination. This can have a harmful effect on natural habitat, wildlife and also human health. We therefore encourage all customers to dispose of EEE carefully. Under the regulations, EEE produced after 13 August 2005 is marked with a crossed out wheelie bin symbol. Any item marked with this symbol must be disposed of separately from normal household waste. As a distributor of EEE we will accept, without charge, for safe and environmentally sound disposal, any obligated EEE item similar to an item purchased from us. Ask in store for more details or take your old EEE item along with the receipt showing purchase of the similar item to your nearest store, or send it to us at:
Andrew Page - AP-Tech
54A Dolly Lane
If purchasing online, you can return your EEE item to the address above or in person to any of our stores, details of your nearest branch can be found on this website using the branch locator, or by visiting www.andrewpage.com
If returning an item in the mail, please ensure that any batteries are removed first.
The Restriction of the Use of Certain Hazardous Substances in Electrical and Electronic Equipment 2008 (as amended) - RoHS. These regulations control the levels of the most dangerous substances previously included in electrical and electronic equipment and Andrew Page work hard to ensure that all obligated products sold by them are RoHS compliant.
The Batteries and Accumulators (Placing on the Market) Regulations 2008 (as amended). These regulations control the amount of mercury and cadmium in batteries, the markings on the batteries and also the way products are designed to allow batteries to be removed. Where we have an obligation, we ensure that suppliers are meeting the requirements of the regulations. Waste batteries must not be disposed of in normal household waste collections. You can find details of battery recycling points near you at http://www.recyclenow.com/