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Merit Event - Groundworks Merseyside presents Reuse, Recycle & Recover

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The Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Directive came into force in January 2007 and aims to both reduce the amount of WEEE being produced and encourage everyone to reuse, recycle and …

The Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Directive came into force in January 2007 and aims to both reduce the amount of WEEE being produced and encourage everyone to reuse, recycle and recover it. The WEEE Directive also aims to improve the environmental performance of businesses that manufacture, supply, use, recycle and recover electrical and electronic equipment.

If you are an importer, rebrander or manufacturer of new electrical or electronic equipment then it's likely that you will need to comply with the UK's WEEE Regulations, which in part implement the WEEE Directive. If you do need to comply, then you must register on a producer compliance scheme.

Although WEEE Directives came into force back in 2007, businesses are still unsure about the legislation and also unsure about where they can safely manage the disposal of electrical equipment.

This event will provide information and advice on complying with the WEEE Regulations and challenge you to think about the environmental consequences before deciding to replace equipment. Do you really need to buy a new product or could you buy a refurbished product instead. If you have working equipment that you no longer need, could you think about passing it on to others instead of throwing it away?

Also covered within the seminar, will be an update on the Batteries Directive which will affect businesses that produce, supplies or disposes of batteries and accumulators. If you manufacture or design battery powered products, you will need to ensure that the batteries can be removed from the products and supply instructions on how to remove them.

Groundwork Merseyside are funded via the Enworks programme to deliver FREE waste / energy audits for businesses on Merseyside. You can sign up for your waste / energy audit at the seminar to receive the necessary support to dispose of your waste safely and legally.

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  • 1. In business, it pays to be eco -nomical Anthony Seasman Marketing & Communications Manager
  • 2.
    • Environmental Charity
    • Sustainable Development
    • Economic Sustainability
    • Natural & Built Environment
    • Community Inclusion & Regeneration
    • Health & Well-being
    Who are Groundwork Merseyside?
  • 3.
    • Environmental business support to help businesses to exceed legal requirements, save money and win new contracts
    • EMS (ISO 14001, BS 8555), carbon footprinting, environmental policies
    • Health & Safety policies, risk assessments
    • Supply Chain Support
    • Competent Person Service
    Business Development
  • 4. FREE Waste / Energy Audits Resource Efficiency Support
  • 5.
    • Making the most of available Resources, i.e:
    • Energy
    • Raw materials
    • Water
    • Waste
    • Fuel
    What is resource efficiency?
  • 6. What next?
    • NW funded business support programme
    • Groundwork Merseyside deliver the programme to all businesses in Greater Merseyside
    • Target of 470 businesses and £10m cost savings to achieve
    • Free on-site surveys/audits and further support
    • Access to specialised consultants
    • FREE support to help you save!
  • 7. FEEDBACK FORMS
    • Anthony Seasman
    • Marketing & Communications Manager
    • Contact details:
    • 0151 644 4700
    • [email_address]