WEEE News

2021 WEEE consultations - what to look out for

The government consultation on reforming the WEEE regulations is expected to be released before the middle of this year. The Resources and Waste Strategy, released…
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UK Energy-related Products Policy Study now live - how to get involved

What is this study for? The UK committed to establishing a world-leading policy agenda for Energy-related Products (ErPs) in the Ten Point Plan for a…
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Introducing our new member monitoring process

We have launched our new monitoring process for all our members, designed to help you stay on top of your EEE submissions - here’s a…
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Q3 2020 WEEE collections show dramatic improvement

Strong quarterly results Following the gradual reopening of household waste recycling centres this summer after the initial national lockdown, more than double the amount of…
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Report on electronic waste released by the Environmental Audit Committee

The UK is the second highest producer of electronic waste globally, with much of this being improperly collected and treated. This is stated in the…
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WEEE compliance fee consultation opens

Two WEEE compliance fee methodologies are up for consideration, originally submitted by Valpak and the Joint Trade Association (JTA), released in a consultation by Defra…
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Conference signals change on the horizon for WEEE recycling

Whilst it has been clear that WEEE recycling policy has been somewhat overshadowed by that for packaging in recent years, announcements made by Defra during…
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Research funding from Material Focus to address 500,000 tonnes of lost WEEE

Material Focus (formally the WEEE Fund) have announced a new opportunity that is seeking applications for research proposals requiring funding between £20,000 and £50,000. The…
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The Northern Ireland protocol – are you impacted?

Many of our members have contacted us regarding the impact of Brexit on their organisation. In terms of WEEE compliance it is set to be…
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