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On 08, Jan 2014 | In | By admin

Electrical- and Electronic Equipment (WEEE)

Electrical and electronic devices at end-of-life

Since 2005, in the EU producers and vendors of electrical and electronic devices are responsible for collection and recycling of WEEE, i.e. end-of-life products. This responsibility involves duties of registration, reporting, information and labelling, legal basis being the EU WEEE Directive 2012/19/EU, the recast of the original directive of 2004.
  
Meanwhile, many countries outside the EU have passed similar laws for collection and recycling of electrical and electronic devices at the end-of-life stage, thus, making similar obligations like in the EU valid on a more or less global scope.
  
With respect to WEEE, we offer services for

  • Evaluating your individual obligations as a producer or seller of EEE
  • Providing you with a tailored compliance roadmap
  • Processing all required registrations with national authorities
  • Linking you up with national producer compliance schemes
  • Preparing and submitting your sales data to the national authorities and/or collective compliance schemes
  • Audit of WEEE-related invoices
  • Helping you through compliance audits scheduled by local authorities
  • Adaptation or optimisation of the compliance setup
  • Keeping you informed about changes to the requirements and adapting your individual compliance set-up