The large sum generated in fees suggests that producers are once again content to pay compliance charges instead of collecting the required amount of WEEE for recycling
The lighting industry is growing increasingly concerned that a loophole is allowing online retailers to place their goods onto the market without registering with a WEEE compliance scheme in the UK
Despite already being a recycling trailblazer, Wales is consulting on a further increase to its recycling target, providing a lesson in waste management that can be learned across the rest of the UK.
Since the UK implemented the recast EU Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Directive in 2012, it has consistently met its own targets for collecting electrical waste, this month's infographic shows.
Dr Chris Tuppen, founder of Advancing Sustainability Ltd with 27 years experience in sustainability, shares his careers insights
BEIS’ regulatory unit is to continue a business-friendly approach to enforcement, says a policy document
The waste industry sees DEFRA’s latest WEEE targets as unambitious and has called on producers to take more responsibility for recycling
Valpak’s methodology has been chosen to calculate the third year of the compliance fee for electrical waste producers
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