Recovery sites in place as WEEE rules take effect

The Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) regulations came into effect this week, requiring producers of electrical goods to pay for their products to be recycled when they are no longer functional.
Under the new regulations, importers and retailers of electrical equipment will also be required to ensure the safe disposal of old products. Consumers are being offered free take-back of old products, either in store, through collection, or at a local amenity site.
The Government has set up a network of designated collection facilities (DCFs) with 1,450 collection points nationwide, of which 400 are private, and has approved 37 producer-compliance schemes to administer the collection, treatment and certification of waste on behalf of producers. It has also approved 142 authorised treatment facilities.

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