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WEEE Consultancy

 
In 2002, the European Commission decided to take preventive measures with regards to the uncontrolled growth of electrical and electronic waste. RoHS (Restriction of Hazardous Substances) and the WEEE (Waste of Electronic and Electrical Equipment) Directives have been implemented in the EU. 

RoHS, adopted by the Council of Europe, restricts the use of harmful substances in the production of electrical and electronic equipment to avoid damaging the environment. WEEE, on the other hand, requires that electrical and electronic waste be collected separately and recycled. Manufacturers are expected to design their electrical and electronic products by giving due consideration to the possibility of recovery, recycling, and disassembly. The RoHS and the WEEE Directives have been implemented in the EU since 2003. The amount of e-waste in the EU is 14-24 kg/person, and is directly related to the Human Development Index and purchasing power. Despite the aforementioned directives, of the 24 million tons produced annually, only 8 million tons of e-waste is known to be recycled. In order to increase the amount of recycling in the EU, plans to revize the WEE Regulation in 2011 are underway.

Current legislation in our country does not conform to these directives. However, within the framework negotiations related to the accession of Turkey into the EU, this directive has appeared on the current agenda and will soon start affecting our daily lives.

Evciler has the necessary know-how and international experience in the field of e-waste and with a team of experts, can provide consultancy services to manufacturers regarding both their production processes and recycling within the scope of the WEEE Directive.
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