WEEE Measurement & reporting considerations. SCOPE To identify the mandatory recycling and recovery targets for each of the ten categories of equipment (see Table 1). To propose a means of measuring, auditing and reporting amounts of recycling and recovery.
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The highlighted categories of WEEE in Table 1 have been broken down further to specify the actual items covered by the WEEE Directive. This information is given on the next two slides.
Categories of electrical and electronic equipment covered by this directive
2. The following components of WEEE that are separately collected have to be treated as indicated:
Selective Treatment for Materials and Components of Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipement
¹which means the use of combustible waste as a means of generating energy through direct incineration with or without other waste but with recovery of the heat.
By 31st December 2005, producers must have met the targets set out in Table 1.
Resource Recovery Forum – The measurement of WEEE.