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WEEE directive may change before it has began in most countries

The European Commission has already started reviewing the Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) directive, whose provisions are only now bedding in. Facing complaints from recyclers, businesses and local authorities about the laws complexities and the contrasting ways it has been implemented in the European Unions (EU) 25 member states, Brussels is reassessing its terms. A Commission note said the review would examine ...

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