- Support, advice and practical help with all aspects of the regulations
- Collection and treatment of WEEE
- Support and assistance with Environment Agency WEEE audits
If you are an importer, rebrander 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 implement the WEEE Directive. If you do need to comply, then you must register with a producer compliance scheme.
The Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Regulations aim to tackle the environmental impacts of electrical and electronic equipment when it reaches the end of its life. It applies the ‘producer responsibility’ principle to producers to finance the costs of the environmental treatment of waste electrical items.
The regulations place various obligations on producers, distributors and business end-users of electrical and electronic equipment. It aims to reduce the amount of electrical and electronic equipment going to landfill and to encourage reuse, recycling and recovery.
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