Waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) Compliance

Simplifying the recycling of waste electrical and electronic equipment


Waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) Compliance
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Your responsibilities

If you place five or more tonnes of electrical and electronic equipment on the UK market, you need to join a compliance scheme and contribute to the costs of recycling a percentage of household electronic products.

WEEE regulations can be complex. Changing policies means the rules can vary annually, making it difficult to confidently calculate what you must pay. If your company is expanding in other European territories, these challenges multiply.

We can make this easy for you, and add extra value along the way.

We can assist at every stage in the disposal of WEEE and handle all the complexities, making things as simple as possible. Our solutions help you meet or surpass national standards and provide the best value for your business needs.

We take on your legal obligations, managing your registration and reporting, and securing WEEE evidence equal to your household recycling obligation. We also provide registration and reporting for non-household EEE producers, as well as optional services for the take-back of non-household products.

Take-back

Using our experienced operations team and UK-wide network of licensed waste carriers and treatment operators, ERP can arrange for the collection and treatment of WEEE.

We can provide bespoke take-back solutions and other waste services, and our product take-back offer also includes specialist services, such as secure destruction, if required.

How does it all work?

We have contracts with over 40 local authorities in the UK, and our dedicated procurement manager regularly checks the market to ensure we’re paying the best prices for waste treatment and logistics services. In turn, we can provide the best prices to members.


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