Towards compliance with the European
directive 2012/19/EU and other WEEE like regulations worldwide, Enviropass can help you:
Identifyyour applicable legal requirements, according to your business model and
to show you the different available options for your expansion in Europe
Perform the variouslegal annual statements for imported production on your behalf
Train and give youthe keys to a perfect command of WEEE
What Does it Mean to be WEEE Compliant?
The European Union, as well as several places such as Canadian provinces and US states have enacted Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) or e-cycling
The labeling ofthe crossed out wheelie bin is one of the requirements of Directive 2012/19/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council of 4 July 2012 on waste electrical and electronic equipment (recast version).
You will also have to adhere to a Compliance
Scheme in every EU member state an EEE is placed. Furthermore, you may have to appoint Authorized Representatives.
Article 15, section 1 of the European WEEE directive requests producers to provide information on re-use and treatment for recycling of their products, identifying
sub-assemblies as well as hazardous chemicals.
WEEE like regulations also apply in various States and Provinces of North America, such as:
In Quebec, the WEEErules apply to manufacturers and suppliers, according to the Regulationrespecting the recovery and reclamation of
products by enterprises (Q-2, r. 40.1). The Quebec Electronic Product Recycling
Association(EPRA-Québec) is responsible for enforcing the regulation.
In Ontario, the Regulations for Recycling of Electrical and Electronic Equipment and Batteries under
the Resource Recovery and Circular Economy Act (RRCEA), 2016 – ERO 019-0048 is drafted towards producer's full responsibility for the waste management of its products.