New onus on producers in electrical waste Directive

Manufacturers or importers of electrical and electronic goods would have sole responsibility for ensuring the recovery of end-of-life equipment, according to the first draft of a proposed EC Directive on waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE). They would also be responsible for collection of commercial WEEE, and would have to be "encouraged" by Member States to set up take-back schemes for household WEEE.

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