Andy Lucas

If your company uses or sells electrical or electronic equipment, then you need to know about the Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Regulations 2006, which were created in an effort to reduce the environmental impact of equipment disposal. If you are the user of the equipment, the Regulations may help you dispose of it more cheaply. If you are the producer, you need to understand what your obligations are under the Regulations, to avoid fines levied by the Environment Agency and to keep your customers happy. It’s a red-tape bonanza, and there is no escaping it.


The Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Regulations (‘the Regulations’) allocate responsibility for the environmental ...

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