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Seven weeks remain for affected parties to send their views to the Government on its final Waste Electrical Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Directive consultation paper. That gives those parties plenty of time to get over their post-holiday jetlag and plough through the lengthy document. But although not much has been said yet about the consultation, one thing seems certain compliance with the WEEE Directive will be via a national clearing house (NCH). And one group of electrical-good ...