UK to continue reporting into 14 categories following Open Scope

Posted on: 22nd May 2018

DEFRA have finally released the delayed results of their Open Scope consultation. The full document can be found here at “Summary of consultation responses and the UK Government’s response to proposed amendments”. The major news that we were eagerly anticipating is that the reporting categories for EEE will not change, with 75% of respondents agreeing […]

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Registration fees increase for Large EEE Producers from 2019

Posted on: 26th March 2018

Following the recent consultation, the Environment Agency have now confirmed a new fee structure that will impact large Producers and compliance schemes from 2019. The EA identified that the current charging system does not sufficiently cover their costs of regulating and enforcing the WEEE system, through their auditing of Producers, schemes and treatment facilities. Therefore […]

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Open Scope Consultation now released

Posted on: 2nd November 2017

DEFRA have recently released their consultation on Open Scope which will run until Friday 8th December. This can be found at here “Consultation on the proposed amendments to the 2013 WEEE Regulations”. For those unfamiliar, as part of the recast WEEE Directive, the 2013 WEEE regulations put in place requirements to move to an “open […]

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Member survey now out!

Posted on: 16th October 2017

  Each year, B2B Compliance ask for feedback from our members, about how we are doing and what we can improve on. This year is no different! Our annual member survey will be ready for you to take when you log in to your Members Area, as part of the re-registration. The link to the […]

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Open Scope Consultation to be released soon

Posted on: 9th October 2017

DEFRA have been undertaking a full consultation on Open Scope, as well as a review of the WEEE Regulations themselves, which will be released later this autumn for a standard 8 week review. We understand that the full impact assessment on the category changes (from 14 down to 6) will also provide some certainty on […]

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Seminar success!

Posted on: 23rd June 2017

Thank you to everyone that made it to our first WEEE compliance seminar last week! The day was themed to cover the current regulations we are working with at the moment, in the morning, with the afternoon covering the changes and the movements in the legislation that will be impacting producers. Thank you very much […]

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Quarter 1 WEEE collection data revealed

Posted on: 16th June 2017

The environment agency have recently published data on WEEE collected through quarter 1 of 2017. The data provides an insight into UK performance against the WEEE collection targets. In total, 133,406 tonnes of household WEEE were collection during the period which is over 22,000 tonnes short of where we’re expected to be at this stage […]

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Guest speaker confirmed for the June seminar!

Posted on: 12th May 2017

B2B Compliance’s exciting member event is fast approaching! Taking place on Thursday 15th June, it offers members the chance to meet and discuss WEEE-related challenges as well as hear from B2B Compliance on coming changes to WEEE policy, market updates and other producer responsibility regulations. As a further benefit for our attendees, B2B Compliance is […]

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DEFRA confirms 2017 WEEE targets

Posted on: 4th April 2017

Following draft proposal for WEEE targets in March, the Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) have confirmed the UK will move to 622,033 tonnes in 2017. Overall, this reflects an increase of 14% on the 2016 targets, which equates to around a 40,000 tonne increase. Whilst adjustments to the targets have been made […]

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WEEE Seminar in June – agenda confirmed!

Posted on: 3rd April 2017

We are very pleased to announce that we will be holding our first B2B Compliance seminar in June. We will be covering a range of subjects designed to give you an in-depth knowledge of the current WEEE regulations and the upcoming changes, with talks from guest speakers as well as the team at B2B Compliance, […]

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