If WEEE regulations apply to your organisation, you are required to act either through registration and reporting or financing waste collection.
It can seem a little daunting, but this is where we come in. Working together we can take care of all this for you, saving time, money and energy.
Join a WEEE compliance scheme within 28 days of when you first placed electrical items on to the market
Report on the weight of EEE that you’ve placed onto the UK market
Ensure the reports categorise your EEE correctly
Ensure your data is as accurate as reasonably possible
Finance a proportion of the costs for the collection, treatment and recovery of the EEE you have placed on the market, if it exceeds the five tonne threshold
If you are a distributor of electrical items, you also have to provide information and like-for-like WEEE take-back
What if I'm not compliant?
Failure to meet your WEEE compliance legal obligations may result in prosecution and fines. Importantly, we can help you. Ignorance of the regulations is not accepted as an excuse and previous years’ non-compliance can be counted in enforcement actions. No matter how large the undertaking, we can assist and guide you every step of the way to ensure your organisation is no longer in breach of the regulations.
Do you need to prepare for an Environment Agency audit?
If you are audited by the Environment Agency, we can prepare a presentation for audit and will attend and assist, including leading the audit for your company.
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