Online electricals retailer AO has announced that it is to build a second major fridge recycling facility to support the UK in increasing collections of waste fridges to achieve the national WEEE collection target. AO has made the move after … Continue reading →
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A report from the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) has stated that online WEEE non-compliance is hindering the efficiency of WEEE systems, and id therefore affecting around 5 to 10% of the total OECD Electric and Electronic Equipment (EEE) market … Continue reading →
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Over £8m will be spent on projects that will support higher levels of reuse and recycling of waste electrical and electronic waste, the Joint Trade Association (JTA) confirmed today (6 June). The fund, generated by the use of the WEEE … Continue reading →
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Following the Government’s recent publication of the summary of responses received to its WEEE regulations consultation, and the three key changes to be made, compliance scheme operators, Recolight and Ecosurety, have expressed their support. The summary document included three key … Continue reading →
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Following a three-month refurbishment programme, and want it describes as”considerable investment in the facility”, UNTHA UK has revealed its new-look shredder test centre, allowing its customers to see exactly what the products can do. The trial department has long been … Continue reading →
Government minister Dr Thérèse Coffey MP officially opened the UK’s “biggest” fridge recycling plant this week, with online retailer AO saying it will process more than 700,000 appliances in its first year of operations. The Parliamentary Under Secretary of State … Continue reading →
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UK’s lighting WEEE compliance scheme, Recolight, has welcomed Defra’s announcement of the 2018 national target for waste lamp recycling. Defra initially considered setting the target at 5256 tonnes, but following a consultation in early March, they have increased this to … Continue reading →
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Following the Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) compliance fee 2017 consultation, Defra received 30 responses from producers, Producer Compliance Schemes (PCSs), professional bodies, waste management companies and local authorities. Of the 30 respondents, 28 agreed that the Secretary of … Continue reading →
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