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Concerns raised over first compliance period

Concerns have been raised over the effect of Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) compliance fees during the first year of the directive. Accreditation costs £2,590 and must be paid annually by Approved Authorised Treatment Facilities (AATFs) and Approved Exporters (AEs) to provide a trail of how and where the equipment is dealt with. But with the directive set to come into effect this July, M Baker Recycling business development manager ...

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