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Q: Which countries have a WEEE directive?
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What does the WEEE Directive stand for?

The WEEE Directive is a European program for the recycling of various electronic goods. The WEEE stands for Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Directive and it became European law in 2003.


What is the definition of weee compliance?

The definition of WEEE compliance is Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Directive. It means it mandates the recycling and collection of electronic devices.


What the meaning of WEEE?

WEEE could stand for 'Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment'. This is electrical or electronic equipment which has reached the end of it's useful life and is now classed as a waste product. Disposal of WEEE in Europe is regulated by the WEEE Directive which aims to recycle/reuse/reduce the production of WEEE and prevent it from entering landfill.


What are the weee laws?

The aim of the Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Directive (WEEE) is to address the environmental impact of Electrical and Electronic Equipment (EEE) when it reaches end-of-life and to encourage its collection, treatment, re-use, recovery, recycling and environmentally sound disposal. The WEEE Directive covers 10 broad categories of product, although some specific exemptions do apply. The legislation requires 'producers', re-branders and importers of EEE to be responsible for financing the collection, treatment, reuse, recycling and safe disposal of their goods. Both household and non-household WEEE is subject to the WEEE Directive. For a more in-depth information, use the link below.


Does Russia have a WEEE directive that explains how E-Waste should be dealt with?

There are no Russian WEEEner and/or RoHS laws or regulations at the moment. It is expected to have similar to WEEE and RoHS law issued by the Russian Federation in next 3 to 4 year.


What are the benefits of the WEEE directive?

The Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Directive aims to prevent the generation of electrical and electronic waste and to promote re-use, recycling and other forms of recovery in order to reduce the quantity of waste discarded. It requires the collection of waste electrical and electronic equipment and the recovery and re-use or recycling of waste collected.


What does the WEEE Directive look at?

The Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Directive aims to prevent the generation of electrical and electronic waste and to promote re-use, recycling and other forms of recovery in order to reduce the quantity of waste discarded. It requires the collection of waste electrical and electronic equipment and the recovery and re-use or recycling of waste collected.


How do you know oxygen is slightly soluble in water?

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Why was the Weee compliance put into effect?

The WEEE (waste electronic and electric equipment) directive was put into place to increase the amount of electronic goods being recycled by manufactures and distributors of electrical equipment. The goal was for the EU to recyle a minimum of 85% of electronic waste equipment by 2016.


What is weee?

Weee is an expression of joy, if you mean Wii, that is a game system.


what does e =?

Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment - Commonly known as WEEE. An EU directive 2002/96/EC mandating the requirement to re-use and recycle end of life electronics.


Where can one learn about the product Weee?

The term WEEE does not appear to refer to a product but stands for the Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Directive issued by the European Community in 2002. It sets recycling targets for all sorts of electrical products. More information can be found on the official European Community website and a good summary can be found on Wikipedia.

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