Q1 data for 2020 shows a strong start to the year for battery collections before the COVID-19 crisis.
The Q1 2020 WEEE collection results released yesterday present a positive picture compared to previous years, but it is a trend unlikely to continue.
£5.6 million of support available for WEEE recyclers and charities as a new awareness campaign targeting household WEEE is launched
The Waste Batteries and Accumulators Regulations require companies to fund the recycling of batteries they place on the market to off-set their batteries compliance obligations.
Defra have committed to new EPR regulations including bulky waste, tyres and building materials.
Ecosurety offers a full range of services to support your business collecting, calculating, recording, and submitting your data.
Producer responsibility legislation exists across Europe. So if you sell to other countries, you will need to ensure you are compliant there too.
The UK Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Regulations require companies to take responsibility for reducing the environmental impact of electrical items they place on to the UK market, when the products reach the end of their lives.
The UK Packaging Waste Producer Responsibility regulations apply to all organisations in the UK who meet a packaging compliance threshold, defined in terms of tonnes of packaging handled and turnover.