container supply for the collection of electrical and electronic equipment
as well as their appropriate collection at the two recycling stations of the frth county - collection of certain electrical and electronic equipment
in the haulage system - transport of the electrical and electronic equipment
from the recycling centers and the haulage system to the take-over point of the contractor - transfer of the opti- mised equipment groups and their treatment and disposal - establishment and operation of a transfer point for non-optic device groups for collection by the manufacturers.
Within four years of the directive's entry into force, member states must collect annually an average of 45% of the weight of electrical and electronic equipment
placed on their national markets.
It is estimated that between now and 2020, the UK will throw away 12 million tonnes of electronic equipment
, a quarter of which will be IT equipment and other goods which contain around 63 tonnes of palladium and 17 tonnes of iridium.
First adopted in 2003, the law bans six hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment
, including lead, mercury and cadmium.
Items which must be accepted include computers, television sets, cathode ray tubes, small scale servers, computer peripherals, monitors, electronic keyboards, electronic mice or similar pointing devices, facsimile machines, document scanners, printers (only those intended for use with a computer and weighing less than 100 pounds), small electronic equipment
(including any cables, cords or wiring permanently affixed to or incorporated into such products), VCRs, digital video recorders, portable digital music players, DVD players, digital converter boxes, cable or satellite receivers, and electronic or video game consoles.
The object of this standard is to establish a common reference for evaluating the immunity of electrical and electronic equipment
when subjected to surges.
The regulations were brought in to reduce the amount of waste electrical and electronic equipment
being produced and to encourage businesses to reuse, recycle and recover more.
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It has already installed a non ferrous metals centre for the recycling of copper, brass, aluminium, stainless steel and batteries and has become the transfer station for the handling of waste electrical and electronic equipment
, (WEEE) for companies throughout the North-east.
Directives 2002/96/EC on the management of waste from electric and electronic equipment
and 2002/95/EC on restriction of the use of dangerous substances in these kinds of equipment have proved to be too complicated to implement both for operators in the market and for public authorities.
Sims held the event at the electronics recycling company's headquarters in Long Marston to highlight the need to dispose of electronicand electricalwaste responsibly as requiredunder theWaste Electrical and Electronic Equipment
The decision to accept or reject portable electrical and electronic equipment
for use aboard ship, and the selection of interval between inspections, rests with the officer in charge of the inspecting shop.
Businesses in South Wales are being urged to attend a seminar outlining how to deal with regulations about disposing of unwanted electrical and electronic equipment
, which came into force today.
Digital Workforce Education Society (DWES), Chicago, a nonprofit organization, has been awarded $73,900 to expand and enhance its electronic equipment
refurbishing, de-manufacturing and recycling program.
Increasing concerns about the impact of chemicals on health and the environment are being translated into strict legislation that may have significant impact on the use and disposal of plastics, particularly those used in electrical and electronic equipment