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Why get an expert to manage compliance with the WEEE directive?

Why get an expert to manage compliance with the WEEE Directive?

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6 Actions to Better Coordinate Compliance Management for Electronics

 

Producers of Electrical and Electronic Equipment have to analyze, understand and adapt to the requirements from the environmental legal framework, while their business interest is to ensure growth and performance.

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How to respond to waste management regulation more efficiently?

For producers, waste management obligations arising from the Waste Framework Directives, are a growing administrative, financial and operational burden, particularly where there is a commercial presence across several countries with a range of business partners. This is because the act of placing a device on the market in a given country makes the entity involved immediately responsible for managing end-of-life for that device.

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Africa news: Ghana's E-waste legal framework

In 2016, in Ghana, the government adopted the “Hazardous and Electronic Waste Control and Management Act 2016 (Act 917).

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What are the implications for manufacturers of electronic devices that contain batteries?

 

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What are the implications of WEEE Open Scope for EU countries?

 

Impact of Open Scope for producers of Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment

 

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What are the advantages of WEEE compliance and recycling?

“Would you allow your child to drive a car before they held an official driver’s license?”

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WEEElogic in Denmark and Sweden with Recipo!

WEEElogic is willing to expand its partnership network coverage to offer compliance and recycling as well as circular economy solutions to manufacturers, OEM’s, distant sellers and importers.

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What do we mean by extended producer responsibility for waste?

 

Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) is now implemented across many countries as a means of organising the management of waste.

Indeed, the principle stands for a health and environmentally-friendly waste management system.

Waste is no longer the sole responsibility of the end-user (consumers, municipalities or businesses) but falls to the entity that first made the goods available by placing them on the local market.

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WEEE and cartridges: Impact in France for OEMs and remanufacturers

In Europe as of August 15th 2018 printer cartridges containing electrical parts such as a chip will have to be reported and compliant with WEEE legislation in each EU member state.

 

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