take-e-way offers you the most suitable international EPR solutions for WEEE, batteries, packaging, furniture and textiles.
WEEE Full Service and Registration: The take-e-way GmbH at Hamburg/Germany is your personal WEEE representative for Germany and takes over the implementation of requirements and obligations of the German Electrical and Electronic Equipment Act (ElektroG), Batteries Act (BattG) and Packaging Ordinance (VerpackG) for small and medium-sized companies in Germany and abroad. take-e-way also offers WEEE compliance and registration service for all countries in Europe and even beyond. Furthermore, take-e-way offers tailored services and solutions for manufacturers, importers, wholesalers, retailers and distributors to comply with legal requirements of the REACh Ordinance, RoHS Directive, Ecodesign Directive (ErP/EuP) and CE Marking obligations in Germany and Europe.
We are happy to support you in bringing your electronic devices, batteries and packaging to market in Germany and worldwide in a legally compliant manner. Currently we register electronic devices (according to WEEE regulation), batteries and packaging for our customers in 35 different countries (also NON-EU).
In addition, we offer many seminars, free webinars and in-house training in our Product Compliance Academy. Do you have specific consulting needs? Please call: 0049 (0) 40-750 687 – 0
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Operators of electronic marketplaces and fulfilment service providers have another six months, until 1 July 2023, until they have to comply with the newly introduced mandatory verification of registration with the EAR foundation. The originally planned reclassification of boilers and hot water storage tanks, however, was cancelled by the government after protests from waste disposal companies and at the request of the Bundesrat.
EU law requires all devices, including those from the B2B sector, to be labelled accordingly.
Alexander Goldberg, board of the EAR foundation, reported at the VERE e.V. panel event “The Future of Product Responsibility” that the current legislative proposal provides for a further extension of the transition period until 1 July 2023. At present, such mandatory verification continues to apply as of 1 January 2023 according to Section 46 (2) ElektroG 3.