Waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE): Worldwide obligations for producers and distributors
In many countries, producers and distributors of electronic products bear the responsibility for waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE). The observance of legal framework requirements for e-waste, which differ from country to country, is a market entry requirement that places high demands on globally active producers and distributors of electrical devices.
1cc performs research as to whether legislation is in place in your target market for e-waste and analyzes which concrete legal obligations are involved. We support our customers in staying on top of all relevant legislation and important changes regarding the take-back of waste electrical and electronic equipment in several countries in EMEA, North and South America and the Asia-Pacific region.
Especially, 1cc monitors the national transpositions of the EU WEEE Recast Directive 2012/19/EU in the EU member states. 1cc analyses in detail the differences between the national legislations and the WEEE Recast Directive and evaluates which are the obligations for producers and importers.
We inform you promptly and concisely of any new legislation pertaining to waste electrical and electronic equipment as well as the latest changes in legislation.
We will inform you, in line with your specific needs, on concrete requirements arising from new legislation for waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) and their relevance within a certain country.
We provide regular information on the latest developments in current legislation pertaining to waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE).