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Economies of scale

On December 1 it will be 100 days since the Waste Electrical Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Directive should have been transposed into UK law. But still we wait. The last of three Government consultations went out at the end of July with a deadline of October 29.Despite the controversy surrounding the directive, not least with questions over the legality of a national clearing house, one thing is certain the onus is on producers to provide for the recovery and reuse of separately ...