Defra has launched a consultation on the compliance fee methodology for waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) it will adopt for the current year.
In recent times, the topic of whether eco-design regulations are fit for purpose for plastics from waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE), is attracting much interest.
Research to discover whether quarry waste can make a significant contribution in recovering carbon dioxide from the air when used in conjunction with new woodland creation, seem positive.
The volume of WEEE collected in the UK fell slightly in the second quarter of 2021, compared to the first quarter, but the UK is nearly on track to meet annual targets
Statistics for the second quarter of 2021 suggest the UK is on track to meet its portable battery recycling target.
The UK loses critical raw materials contained within waste electrical equipment (WEEE) and worth £13.64 million every year.
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