Electronic Recycling are all about WEEE Compliance in a Business to Business environment helping our clients to manage their EPA compliance and reporting. This link is to the EPA Information for B2B EEE producers – How to submit a WEEE waste management plan and report.
Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment, WEEE & Retailers, WEEE & Householders
If you're a householder who has unwanted Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE), you can bring it to Electronic Recycling for disposal. This service is free for householders. The cost is covered by the WEEE Ireland Producer Compliance Scheme
IRISH STATUTORY INSTRUMENTS.
WEEE Regulations S.I. No. 149 of 2014
S.I. No. 268 of 2008
The Department of the Environment, Climate and Communications is a department of the Government of Ireland that is responsible for the telecommunications and broadcasting sectors and regulates, protects and develops the natural resources of Ireland.
WEEE Ireland is a Producer Compliance Scheme responsible for managing the majority of Domestic WEEE in Ireland (Approximately 80%) on behalf of their registered members.
The cost of dropping off Domestic WEEE at Electronic Recycling in Finglas is covered by the WEEE Ireland Compliance Scheme
The All-Ireland Pollinator Plan for 2021-2025 is a new five-year road map that aims to help bees, other pollinating insects and our wider biodiversity. The new Plan is even more ambitious than the first (2015-2020) – with more partners coming together to deliver more actions this time around. It is about encouraging a better way of managing our whole landscape to permanently support our struggling biodiversity.