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WEEE & Batteries Enforcement Guide - Is your company at risk?

Companies face resource challenges to understand their legal exposure in each of the 28 EU Member States. As well as being responsible for managing compliance registration, recycling and reporting obligations companies need to keep up to date with the ever-changing regulations in each country. Developments in the WEEE & Batteries Directives mean that companies based outside of the EU that are selling products into Europe (distance selling) are increasingly likely to be obligated under the local regulations in each country.

If your company sells electronic products, batteries or products containing batteries into or across Europe, ensuring you comply with the requirements in each country can be a daunting task with a range of risks for non-compliance in each instance from monetary fines to criminal prosecutions and even imprisonment.

Download EC4P's free guide to ensure you are aware of the risks of WEEE & batteries regulation non-compliance. Contents includes:

  • What is the EU WEEE/Batteries Directive?
  • Is my company a WEEE/battery “producer”?
  • What are my company’s responsibilities as a WEEE/battery producer?
  • WEEE and batteries regulation enforcement's
  • New: EU Market Surveillance and Compliance of Products Regulations

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