New E-Waste Legislation in the UK

New E-Waste Legislation in the UK
Jeff Squires
  • 2 july 2007

New legislation in the UK is now requiring manufactures and retailers of electronic goods to invest in e-waste programs. Under the new legislation, manufacturers have to fund recycling schemes while retailers must offer free take-back services or help fund the expansion of a network of a Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) collection points.

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