Study on collection rates of waste electrical and electronic equipment equipment (WEEE)

Magalini, Federico, Wang, Feng, Huisman, Jaco, Kuehr, Ruediger, Baldé, Kees, van Straalen, Vincent, Hestin, Mathieu, Lecerf, Louise, Sayman, Unal and Akpulat, Onur (2014). Study on collection rates of waste electrical and electronic equipment equipment (WEEE). European Commission.

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  • Author Magalini, Federico
    Wang, Feng
    Huisman, Jaco
    Kuehr, Ruediger
    Baldé, Kees
    van Straalen, Vincent
    Hestin, Mathieu
    Lecerf, Louise
    Sayman, Unal
    Akpulat, Onur
    Title Study on collection rates of waste electrical and electronic equipment equipment (WEEE)
    Publication Date 2014
    Place of Publication N/A
    Publisher European Commission
    Pages 190
    Language eng
    Abstract Given the legislative background and the demand for a harmonized approach to determine the collection rates, the aim of this study is to support the Commission in meeting the requirements of Article 7 and enhancing collection and environmental performance of the WEEE Recast in practice. This is done by developing common methodologies for the calculation of the quantities of POM WG based on comprehensive data gathering, scientific modelling, sensitivity analysis and conducting an impact assessment that analyses the potential for individual targets within collection categories. Finally, implementation difficulties of Member States and the necessity of derogations in deadlines for target achievement are analysed.
    Keyword WEEE
    EU
    Collection rates
    Copyright Holder European Commission
    Copyright Year 2014
    Copyright type All rights reserved
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