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To help you achieve compliance with the European directive 2012/19/EU and other WEEE-like regulations worldwide, Enviropass is here to:
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The WEEE approach follows the extended producer responsibility (EPR) principle. If, as a producer or an importer, you introduce in-scope electrical or electronic equipment into the EU market, here is what you need to accomplish:
Under the EU WEEE Directive, the scope is very broad. It is also very similar to the Europe RoHS one, and includes electrical and electronic equipment falling within the categories set out in annexes I and II:
WEEE exemptions apply to different types of products (as set in article 2), such as:
Several places such as Canadian provinces, territories, and US states, have enacted WEEE or e-cycling regulations. For instance:
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