WEEE and Batteries
The UK’s Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Directive came into force in 2007 and affects businesses that manufacture, supply, use, and recycle electrical and electronic equipment. ecoVeritas can help your company collate and calculate the data required on a quarterly basis by accredited WEEE compliance schemes in the UK.
Similarly, the UK Waste Batteries and Accumulators Regulations came into effect in May 2009, affecting businesses that manufacture, import and sell batteries. We can offer you our substantial expertise on this subject, too, currently completing over 85 battery returns each year.
WEEE and Battery regulations are based on EU Directives, and are in force in a number of EU states already, with different reporting requirements. In Ireland for example, companies are required to declare the quantity of WEEE and batteries placed on the market on a monthly basis. ecoVeritas can help businesses that operate anywhere in the EU to comply with regulations in each nation. We currently complete over 80 submissions annually.
How we can help you:
- WEEE and battery compliance – We will perform calculations and make submissions in any country you operate in.
- Combined packaging and WEEE/battery calculations – to save you time and money
We are always happy to discuss your options in more detail, and we can create a tailor-made package to suit your precise needs. For a free quotation for any of our environmental services, please click the button above, complete this form, or call our offices on +44 (0)1865 721375.