ORGALIME guidance on Producer Responsibility in the proposed WEEE Directive

Published: 9 July 2002

Policies & Issues: Environment

Notes for the conciliation process

In view of the conciliation procedure on the WEEE proposed directive, Orgalime has issued the 'Orgalime guidance on Producer Responsibility in the WEEE proposal'.  This paper has been agreed by all concerned associations of the European electrical and electronic industry.

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