WEEE and Batteries
Many countries around the world place obligation on companies that manufacture and sell Electrical and Electronic Equipment (EEE). A good overview can be seen on our Global EPR map. In the EU, Directive 2012/19/EU applies specifically to this and each country’s adopted legislation affects businesses that manufacture, supply, use, and recycle electrical and electronic equipment in that country. ecoVeritas can help your company collate and calculate the data required by accredited WEEE compliance schemes.
The EU directive on waste batteries and accumulators 2006/66/EC came into effect in September 2006. Once adopted into law in each country this affected businesses that manufacture, import and sell batteries. We can offer you our substantial expertise on this subject, too.
WEEE and battery regulations have different reporting requirements for different countries. ecoVeritas can help businesses that operate anywhere in the world to comply with regulations in each nation. We currently complete over 150 submissions annually.
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How we can help you:
- Perform WEEE and battery calculations and make submissions in any country you operate in.
- Save you time and money by providing combined packaging and WEEE/battery calculations
- Give you advice about the obligations which exist in any country in the world