Monday, December 22, 2008

Washington WEEE Recycling Law - E-Cycle Washington

Beginning January 1, 2009, the E-Cycle Washington program kicks-off and provides no cost recycling of many waste electronic and electrical equipment (WEEE). The program is available to households, small businesses, schools & school districts, small governments, special purpose districts, and nonprofits & charities who can recycle electronic products free of charge.

E-Cycle Washington is one outcome of the Washington Electronic Product Recycling Law and Department of Ecology rules passed in 2007. These rules include:

  • Manufacturer requirements
  • Transporter requirements
  • Recycler requirements
  • Retailer requirements
  • Reporting requirements
  • Education and outreach

Caltha LLP assists manufacturers in meeting their internal product stewardship goals and regulatory requirements.

For further information contact Caltha LLP at
Caltha LLP Website

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