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What is the WEEE Recycling Network?
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The Network is an information service for small businesses covering all aspects of the WEEE Directive. We aim to deliver news, comment and information on the effects and opportunities that the directive will bring.

Why not join the Network - for free! - and have news updates straight to your inbox or this. Lost? Confused? Then please do contact us with any further questions or information, we are waiting to help!

Quick check - am I affected buy the WEEE Directive? Check out this list - if you sell or manufacture these products, you need to know more.


What is the WEEE Directive?

The Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) directive is forthcoming European legislation, that will become UK law next year. It will effect manufacturers, retailers, consumers and reusers of electrical and electronic goods.

It is a large and wide-ranging legislation that many companies believe either will not apply to them or will not affect them. As all businesses utilise IT equipment in some way (you are using one now!), please read these pages carefully to note your obligations and important dates.

Hot event! SEEDS 2004 is a whole day event dedicated to the compliance to WEEE, RoHS and EuP. See the network page for details.

Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment

Disposal of electronic equipment and office equipment - phased process. The complex structure of waste defines conduct the first phase of analysis and sorting of recyclable components at the component and sent to the neutralization. Processing technology for most of the components includes sorting, homogenisation and direction to reuse pre-smelting or milling.

Processing components such as cathode ray tubes and liquid crystal display (LCD) monitors - a complicated process that requires special measures to ensure the required level of safety personnel, and the resulting components are not of interest as a secondary material resources.

WEEE Network Information provided in this site is intended to be helpful, informative and accurate. However, we cannot be held liable for any inaccuracies.