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Collection remains a concern for WEEE stakeholders

As the thermostats rise, the time left until the Government must implement the Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Directive declines: it must be implemented into UK law this summer. This week, a spokesman from the Department for Trade and Industry told MRW that the draft regulations were due to be out in late spring/early summer. However, many stakeholders remain concerned about vital aspects of the directive, and in particular how collection will work.

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