If you are associated with a business that deals with manufacturing, selling, distributing, or trading any type of electrical or electronic equipment, you must ensure that you follow certain national norms as set by the country. Except for a few basics, WEEE norms may differ from country to country; however, you must learn all that is expected as a producer.

A few examples to understand how to comply with weee regulations include;

  • Television sets
  • Mobile phones
  • Tablets
  • Computers
  • Lighting equipment
  • Wires
  • Cables
  • Refrigerators
  • Monitor Screen
  • Digital watches
  • Solar watches
  • Smart watches
  • Alexa
  • Radio
  • Music system
  • Setup box
  • WIFI box
  • Router
  • Electric cookware
  • Microwave oven
  • Dishwasher
  • Washing machine
  • Printer
  • Vacuum cleaner and more…

Guidelines to stick to WEEE norms:

Anyone who does any type of business activity in relation to the above mentioned gadgets or products is known as a producer in WEEE terms. As a producer, you are expected to follow the following guidelines to stick to WEEE ethically and legally…

  • Register the company name with national authorities and also countries where you intend to sell or distribute the electronic/electrical equipment.
  • Organize finance to collect, treat, recycle, and recovery waste from these products.
  • Inform customers to return the electronic and electric waste free of charge without paying for the delivery or transport.
  • Comply and adhere to all rules set in the best interest of Environment as well as social law.
  • File regular report for the amount and quantity of products sold in the country.
  • Generate report containing collection, treatment, recycling, and recovery of electronics and electrical products.
  • As a responsible citizen and business owner, you must know how to manage your EEE waste and how to comply with weee regulations. As a result, you become a responsible contributor to the society.

Any waste generated products come under WEEE. Companies registered with WEEE management norms are considered ethically, reliable, and responsible. By submitting timely reports and declaring goods regularly it takes less time for them to build trust in the minds of buyers and end-users.

If you are yet confused from where you can register yourself with WEEE compliance, get in touch with your nearest compliance agency and they will guide you through. The format for registration and other details can also be obtained by these agencies. Clarify any queries or doubts related to WEEE management with them and they will guide you through.