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Does your product deal with EU WEEE? - EU WEEE control will expand to all electrical and electronic equipment.

Does your product deal with EU WEEE? - EU WEEE control will expand to all electrical and electronic equipment.

2018/08/15 17:58
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On January 7, 2003, the European Parliament and Council issued Directive 2002/96/EC on Waste Electronic and Electrical Equipment (WEEE 1.0), which aims to promote the treatment, recycling, reuse and recycling of waste electronic and electrical equipment, reduce waste, and improve the environmental protection of the whole life cycle of electronic and electrical equipment from manufacture to waste. On July 24, 2012, the European Commission issued the European Parliament and Council Directive No. 2012/19/EU on the rewriting of scrapped electronic and electrical equipment, WEEE2.0. According to WEEE 2.0, the revised WEEE directive will cover almost all electronic and electrical equipment from August 15, 2018.
I. major updates
The WEEE 2 directive has the following five main changes compared to the WEEE 1 instruction:
1. the scope of products controlled is further expanded.
2. improve collection goals;
3. points and three stages to adjust the recovery rate of waste electrical and electronic products.
4. clarify the identity of the producer, register and report the required information;
5. identification requires direct reference to EN 50419:2006.
Two. Scope of control
The classification of electrical and electronic equipment applicable at different time periods is different.
Phase 1: The transition period from August 13, 2012 to August 14, 2018 applies to the 10 categories of products specified in Annex I.
Phase II: Beginning on August 15, 2018, the WEEE Revision Directive will cover almost all electronic and electrical equipment and apply to the six categories of electronic and electrical equipment reclassified as listed in Annex III, and will adopt an open-ended scope, i.e. products not included in the Directive are also within the scope of specifications, unless listed in Items 2 (3) and (4) of the Directive. External application.
   Three. Core requirements
1. Environmental protection design of electronic and electrical equipment should be based on the implementation measures of ErP Directive 2009/125/EC. In order to promote the reuse and recycling of WEEE, product design should take into account the whole life cycle. Establish a manufacturer's responsibility system to encourage the design and production of electronic and electrical equipment to take full account of such factors as ease of maintenance, upgrading, reuse, disassembly and recycling.
2. electronic and electrical equipment shall meet the minimum recovery target set in Annex V of the revised directive.
3. electronic and electrical equipment for the European market should be recycled according to standard EN50419.
4. producers or their authorized representatives shall register and declare information regularly on request. The manufacturer shall provide funds for the collection, disposal, recycling and environmental protection of waste electronic and electrical equipment generated by users outside private and private homes.
   Four. Identification requirements
Size: 1.5A > 5mm
Position: Equipment (equipment size is too small or function is not applicable, printed on instructions, warranty cards, packaging) clear, not easy to tear, not curl durable, easy to read and wear-resistant
    Five. FAQ
Q1: what are the special requirements for the logo location in the EU WEEE directive trash label request?
The A1:WEEE directive has three requirements for the location of the logo.
1) the identification of the product must be posted in an obvious location.
2) For portable products, the cover should be removed without the aid of a tool to see the mark, except in cases where the cover needs to be opened for health and safety reasons based on other instructions;
3) If the label cannot be printed on the product due to product size or function limitation, it should be printed on the package, instruction or warranty card.
Q2: is the battery in the regulatory range of WEEE?
A2: Batteries built-in in waste electrical and electronic equipment should be collected according to WEEE instructions. After collection, the batteries should be removed from the waste electrical and electronic equipment, regulated by battery instructions and included in the instruction's recovery target.
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