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Product introduction: WEEE is waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) Directive (2002 / 96 / EC)For scrapped electronic and electrical equipment, 'waste' is defined in detail in directive 75 / 442 / EEC and modified in Directive 91 / 156 / EEC. Scrapping actually refers to all categories of products in Annex I of WEEE Directive. Even if the product does not reach the end of service life, it will be regarded as waste as long as it is discarded by consumers.Since August 13, 2005, manufacturers of electronic and electrical equipment circulating in the EU market must legally bear the responsibility of paying the recycling expenses of scrapped products. At the same time, EU member states are obliged to formulate their own recycling plans for electronic and electrical products and establish relevant supporting recycling facilities, so that the end users of electronic and electrical products can easily and free dispose of scrapped equipment.Producer Responsibility:Design environmental protection products, comply with the requirements of RoHS directive, and register with EU Member States.Product identification requirements:Manufacturer's name, date of production and relevant marks (with 'WEEE' mark for recycling).Country of passageEU Member States: Austria Belgium Cyprus Czech Denmark EstoniaFinland France Germany Greece Hungary Italy IrelandLatvia Lithuania Luxembourg Malta Netherlands PolandPortugal Slovakia Slovenia Spain Sweden UKBulgaria RomaniaCroatia TurkeyDustbin symbolWEEE registrationIn the EU, this symbol indicates that when the end user intends to discard the product, the product must be sent to the appropriate facility for recycling and reuse.Since this product cannot be discarded together with other domestic waste, the amount of waste sent to incinerators or landfills will be reduced and natural resources will be saved.The thick line below the instruction, such as the instruction of recycling, is used to distinguish the contents of the waste bucket from the other ones.The black solid line in the figure above must be used together with the sign of the trash can and the sign of the cross. There can be no other signs inside. The text and message must be higher than 0.3A or 1mm.If it is necessary to adjust the lines (thickness or smoothness, etc.) of the above figure due to self-made or other restrictive factors, it is possible, but it is necessary to maintain the basic appearance and visual effect of the original image, which can be recognized independently.Since there is no criterion for testing the wear resistance standard of WEEE mark, the test method is simply formulated in en 50419, which is to rub with a wet cloth stained with water for 15 seconds, and then rub with a wet cloth stained with industrial alcohol for 15 seconds.After the above tests, the marks must remain clearly visible and cannot be easily erased, and the marks or marks after use must not be curled.Implementation schedule of the directive on scrapped electronic and electrical equipmentdateThe directive was published in the official journal of the European Union on 13 February 2003National regulations implemented by EU Member States on August 13, 2004On August 13, 2005, the manufacturer ensured that the recycling system was in place, and the equipment entering the EU market should be labeled with WEEE labelBy December 31, 2006, EU Member States should ensure that the goal of collection, recovery and recycling of end-of-life electronic and electrical equipment is metOn December 31, 2008, EU Member States should establish new targets for collection, recycling, reuse and recyclingSocial impact:While the rapid development of information technology brings comfort and convenience to mankind, the waste of related electronic and electrical products is increasing day by day. In order to properly deal with these huge amounts of electronic and electrical waste and recycle precious resources, the EU passed two directives that have a significant impact on electronic and electrical equipment products in 2002, namely WEEE and RoHS directives.In addition to the EU, countries all over the world actively formulate environmental protection regulations in order to minimize the content of harmful substances in waste, and require manufacturers or suppliers to shoulder relevant responsibilities, so as to reduce the impact on the environment.
Project introduction: WEEE即Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Directive (2002/96/EC).
Application description: The specific application process is as follows:1. The merchant fills in the German recycling registration application form2. The merchant submits the form and the recycling company draws up the recycling contract.3. Merchant signature4. The recycling company signs the contract back and the contract is valid5. The merchant receives the bill and pays6. The recycling company provides the contract and the registration data of the merchant to the ear for review 7. After the ear review, the WEEE code is issued and entered into the German electronic recycling computer query system.
Expected cycle: It is expected to take four months from the submission of the application to the registration number. At present, only two staff members in Germany are responsible for accepting it.
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WEEE is waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) Directive (2002 / 96 / EC)

For scrapped electronic and electrical equipment, 'waste' is defined in detail in directive 75 / 442 / EEC and modified in Directive 91 / 156 / EEC. Scrapping actually refers to all categories of products in Annex I of WEEE Directive. Even if the product does not reach the end of service life, it will be regarded as waste as long as it is discarded by consumers.


Since August 13, 2005, manufacturers of electronic and electrical equipment circulating in the EU market must legally bear the responsibility of paying the recycling expenses of scrapped products. At the same time, EU member states are obliged to formulate their own recycling plans for electronic and electrical products and establish relevant supporting recycling facilities, so that the end users of electronic and electrical products can easily and free dispose of scrapped equipment.

Producer Responsibility:

Design environmental protection products, comply with the requirements of RoHS directive, and register with EU Member States.

Product identification requirements:

Manufacturer's name, date of production and relevant marks (with 'WEEE' mark for recycling).

Country of passage
EU Member States: Austria Belgium Cyprus Czech Denmark Estonia
Finland France Germany Greece Hungary Italy Ireland
Latvia Lithuania Luxembourg Malta Netherlands Poland
Portugal Slovakia Slovenia Spain Sweden UK
Bulgaria Romania
Croatia Turkey
Dustbin symbol
WEEE registration

In the EU, this symbol indicates that when the end user intends to discard the product, the product must be sent to the appropriate facility for recycling and reuse.

Since this product cannot be discarded together with other domestic waste, the amount of waste sent to incinerators or landfills will be reduced and natural resources will be saved.

The thick line below the instruction, such as the instruction of recycling, is used to distinguish the contents of the waste bucket from the other ones.

The black solid line in the figure above must be used together with the sign of the trash can and the sign of the cross. There can be no other signs inside. The text and message must be higher than 0.3A or 1mm.

If it is necessary to adjust the lines (thickness or smoothness, etc.) of the above figure due to self-made or other restrictive factors, it is possible, but it is necessary to maintain the basic appearance and visual effect of the original image, which can be recognized independently.

Since there is no criterion for testing the wear resistance standard of WEEE mark, the test method is simply formulated in en 50419, which is to rub with a wet cloth stained with water for 15 seconds, and then rub with a wet cloth stained with industrial alcohol for 15 seconds.

After the above tests, the marks must remain clearly visible and cannot be easily erased, and the marks or marks after use must not be curled.

Implementation schedule of the directive on scrapped electronic and electrical equipment

date

The directive was published in the official journal of the European Union on 13 February 2003

National regulations implemented by EU Member States on August 13, 2004

On August 13, 2005, the manufacturer ensured that the recycling system was in place, and the equipment entering the EU market should be labeled with WEEE label

By December 31, 2006, EU Member States should ensure that the goal of collection, recovery and recycling of end-of-life electronic and electrical equipment is met

On December 31, 2008, EU Member States should establish new targets for collection, recycling, reuse and recycling

Social impact:
While the rapid development of information technology brings comfort and convenience to mankind, the waste of related electronic and electrical products is increasing day by day. In order to properly deal with these huge amounts of electronic and electrical waste and recycle precious resources, the EU passed two directives that have a significant impact on electronic and electrical equipment products in 2002, namely WEEE and RoHS directives.

In addition to the EU, countries all over the world actively formulate environmental protection regulations in order to minimize the content of harmful substances in waste, and require manufacturers or suppliers to shoulder relevant responsibilities, so as to reduce the impact on the environment.

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1. Why WEEE electronics recycling registration?
According to the electrog Gesetz issued on March 16, 2005, all electronic products in the EU need to be registered and recycled. Ear has a recycling company. On the one hand, the recycling company is responsible for the pollution treatment of the recycling of electronic products. On the other hand, on the premise that the company no longer operates the product in Germany (goes bankrupt or leaves the German market), it will continue to be responsible for the subsequent treatment of the product. After the merchant signs the recycling contract with the recycling company, the recycling company will guarantee the disposal of e-waste. After the contract is submitted to ear for review, ear will issue WEEE regnummer

2. Why WEEE electronics recycling registration?
Germany is a country with very strict requirements on environmental protection, and the electronic recycling law plays a vital role in the protection of soil pollution and groundwater. All local electronic products manufacturing enterprises in Germany required registration as early as 2005. With the continuous improvement of Amazon's strategic position in global business, overseas electronic devices continue to flow into the German market through Amazon. In view of this situation, on April 24, 2016, the German Ministry of environmental protection issued a special law on e-commerce, requiring Amazon to notify overseas e-commerce registered electronic devices sold on Amazon platform to recycle, and before obtaining the WEEE electronic device recycling code, Amazon must order businesses to stop selling.

3. What are the most serious consequences of not recycling and registering electronic devices?
The most serious consequence of electronic devices not being recycled and registered is not that they are blocked from listing by Amazon, but that they are targeted by competitors on the premise that the merchants sell well. If the competitors buy the products of the merchants, if there is no trash can with slash printed on the products, or the products are not registered and recycled in Germany, the competitors will entrust German lawyers to send a letter to Amazon asking to stop selling the products of the company and apply for court proceedings, Destroy all the company's products on Amazon. At this time, the merchant not only lost all inventory, but also had to pay the cost of lawyer's letter and the cost of destroying products, which may mean that the company was basically driven out of the German market.

4. Why do you want us to solve the problem of WEEE electronic recycling?
Since the law was issued on April 24, many foreign e-commerce companies have been shut down for listing. Due to language barriers and complex recycling procedures, it is difficult for recycling companies to communicate with domestic companies, and the only way to solve this problem is to find German recycling companies.

5. Core content of WEEE instruction:
Since August 13, 2005, manufacturers of electronic and electrical equipment circulating in the EU market must legally bear the responsibility of paying the recycling expenses of scrapped products. At the same time, EU member states are obliged to formulate their own recycling plans for electronic and electrical products and establish relevant supporting recycling facilities, so that the end users of electronic and electrical products can easily and free dispose of scrapped equipment.

6. WEEE Directive covers product range:
① Large household appliances;

② Small household appliances;

③ It and communication equipment;

④ Consumer electronic and electrical equipment;

⑤ Lighting equipment;

⑥ Electronic and electrical tools (except large fixed industrial tools);

⑦ Toys, leisure and sports equipment;

⑧ Medical equipment;

⑨ Detection and control instruments;

⑩ Vending machine.

7. WEEE Directive target:
On August 13, 2005, the manufacturer established or used the recycling system and reached the assessment target of 50% - 80% recovery rate one year later (the manufacturer, including its importers and dealers, is responsible for recycling and treating the discarded electronic and electrical products entering the EU market).

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