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By following the link below, you will find a PDF document that outlines the WEEE regulations. Should you have any questions or concerns around the regulations and how they apply to your business, you can contact our friendly team by phone or email.
Understanding the key terms used in WEEE compliance helps to make the overall process easier to understand for those businesses that are obligated under the WEEE regulations.
By following the link below, you will find an extensive list of terms concerning WEEE compliance. Should you need any clarification on these terms do not hesitate to get in touch.
Abbreviations are often used as short-hand for some of the longer WEEE terms. Spotting and understanding these abbreviations will make it quicker and simpler to digest information in websites, articles and documents.
If you have any questions on the abbreviations contained within the list, please contact us and we can provide further information where necessary.
Being knowledgeable around the legal definitions of WEEE is invaluable especially if you’re new to WEEE compliance. Follow the link below to read more information on a range of legal terms.
If you have any questions or would like to enquire about our WEEE compliance services, you can contact our team directly by phone or email.
Producers of electrical and electronic equipment (EEE) must identify and report the weight of EEE they place on the market. The Environment Agency’s technical guidance document provides information on which electrical equipment should be counted under the UK Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Regulations.
If you are unsure about how the WEEE Regulations affect your business or what you need to comply, our Frequently asked questions section has the answers to a range of common questions. Get in touch with us if you would like to talk to our WEEE specialists who can help you further.
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