What are your obligations ?
1. Separate waste into 4 major product families:
- Large Domestic Appliances (LDA) such as washing machine, dryer...
- COLD (Fridges, air conditioner)
- Screens and monitors
- Small Domestic Appliances (SDA) such as computers and telecommunication equipment,s, toys and sport equipment...
2. Set the level of service to the citizen (door-to-door collection for instance).
3. Sign a contract with OCAD3E to receive compensation for the costs relating to selective sorting.
4. Identify collection points to be equipped by the compliance scheme.
5. Inform residents of collection services in place.
What is waste Electronic and Electric Equipment (WEEE) ?
According to Article 2 of Decree 2005-829:
- Household WEEE is waste from electrical and electronic equipment originating from households as well as equipment which, although used for commercial purposes or for the needs of associations, is similar to that of households due to its nature and the distribution networks through which it is supplied;
- are concerned as commercial WEEE, other waste of electrical and electronic equipments.
WEEE includes 10 major product families:
- Large household appliances.
- Small household appliances.
- IT and telecommunications equipment.
- Consumer equipment.
- Lighting equipment (excluding domestic lighting appliances and filament bulbs, to which nevertheless
Articles 4 and 5 of this decree apply).
- Electrical and electronic tools (excluding large-scale stationary industrial tools).
- Toys, leisure and sports equipment.
- Medical devices (excluding all implanted or infected products).
- Monitoring and control instruments.
- Automatic dispensers.
Who is involved with WEEE ?