WEEE Directive (2002/96/EC)
The Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Directive (WEEE) applies to companies that manufacture, sell, distribute, recycle or treat electrical or electronic equipment (EEE), and to consumers within the European Union. The Directive is intended to reduce WEEE through consumer education and by improving the effectiveness of collection and recycling.
The Directive requires producers (manufacturers, distributors and sellers) to:
> Ensure all consumer EEE imported in to the EC after August 13th is marked with a recycling logo.
> Register with the WEEE regulating authority within each member state. Timing is specific to each member state.
> Join a recovery and recycling scheme. Timing is specific to each member state.
> By December 31, 2006 producers will be required to achieve a series of recovery and recycling targets.
NETGEAR Inc. is currently working with our suppliers, distributors, partners and customers to ensure NETGEAR complies with the WEEE Directive.
WEEE Registration numbers
Germany WEEE-Reg.-Nr. DE 16369166
Ireland WEEE-Reg-Nr. IE00866
United Kingdom WEEE-Reg-Nr. WEE/BD0111XQ
Recycling Schemes Joined
Country Scheme Link
Netherlands ICT/Mirec BV www.mirec.com
Denmark Elretur www.elretur.dk
Spain ECOTIC www.ecotic.es
Germany ERP-DE www.erp-recycling.org
Ireland ERP Ireland www.erp-recycling.org
Sweden El-Kretsen www.el-kretsen.se
United Kingdom ERP-UK www.erp-recycling.org