Business producers must comply with WEEE three months early

November 2006
Electronics Weekly;11/8/2006, Issue 2264, p1
Trade Publication
The article reports that every manufacturing company in Great Britain that imports or re-brands electrical and electronic equipment is called a producer and will need to join an approved producer compliance scheme by March 15, 2007. They will start being charged for recycling three months earlier than producers of consumer WEEE. This was stated by Great Britain's Environment Agency.


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