Do I need to register for WEEE?
Register with national WEEE authorities You must register your company with the authorities in charge of WEEE management in each EU country (In this case, the 27 EU member states + UK, Iceland, Norway, Liechtenstein and Switzerland) where you sell your products.
What is WEEE registration?
Registers of electrical and electronic equipment (EEE) producers, approved exporters, approved authorised treatment facilities and producer compliance schemes.
How do I become WEEE compliant?
Apply to be a waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) producer compliance scheme and operate legally under your approval….Public register of approved PCSs
- your business or trading name.
- your registered office or main place of business.
- whether your PCS is for household or non-household WEEE or both.
Who must comply with WEEE?
Small and Large Producers If a business places five or more tonnes of EEE on the market in a year they are considered a large producer and must register with a Producer Compliance Scheme (PCS).
Where can I find WEEE approved Public Register?
New documents for WEEE approved authorised treatment facility public register and WEEE approved exporter public register. Updated approved authorised treatment facility public register. Updated electrical and electronic equipment (EEE) producer public register.
Who is the Nationaal ( W ) EEE Register?
Welcome to the Nationaal (W)EEE Register The Nationaal (W)EEE Register (hereinafter called: the Register) has been delegated by the Dutch Government to organise the tasks related to the registration and reporting obligation stipulated in the Dutch implementation of the WEEE Directive.
How big is the Register of Electrical and electronic equipment ( WEEE )?
Registers of electrical and electronic equipment (EEE) producers, approved exporters, approved authorised treatment facilities and producer compliance schemes. Ref: LIT 7600 ODS, 4.96MB
Do you have to register for WEEE in Europe?
Unfortunately there is no single European register for WEEE. Producers must register in all EU countries where EEE is being put on the market – in effect, in every country where you are responsible for the products coming in to Europe.