EU WEEE Directive Services

Aims Management offers manufacturers a single-source solution for EU WEEE Directive (2002/96/EC) compliance.

In August 2005, the European Union’s Waste Electronics and Electrical Equipment Directive (WEEE 2002/96/EC) placed the obligation of recycling (including collection, treatment, and environmentally friendly disposal) of electrical and electronic equipment (EEE) products upon manufacturers. The goal is to reduce electronic waste, protecting human health and the environment from hazardous substances. Failure to comply with the WEEE Directive places these manufacturers at risk for prosecution and inability to place their products in the EU market.

EU Waste Electronics and Electrical Equipment (WEEE) Directive Services

Aims Management provides logistical, operational, financial, and technical consulting solutions for WEEE recycling compliance. As WEEE requirements are country specific, Intertek’s services are designed to adapt and conform to each country's rules and regulations, in all ten EU WEEE Directive categories. Intertek works directly with original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and their contract equipment manufacturers (CEMs) to rapidly and cost-effectively fulfill the European Union's WEEE requirements.

  • Development of a strategic WEEE fulfillment plan
  • WEEE Product Registration
  • WEEE Treatment Instructions
  • Determine product requirements for WEEE compliance and recyclers
  • Calculation of re-use, recycling, and recovery rates
  • Determining and maximizing the value of returned or recycled components
  • Database structure for interaction with recyclers and compliance schemes
  • Bill of Material data gathering and assessment
  • Parallel review of RoHS compliance
  • WEEE Regulatory Consulting
  • Corporate WEEE training

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