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Bulgaria: Packaging labeling obligation

Under Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR), distributors are responsible for the collection and treatment of waste from their products. This applies to foreign companies in particular if they distribute products to end-users in Bulgaria. A fine of BGN 10000 (€ 5000) to BGN 50000 (€ 25000) shall be imposed on any infringement.
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Free webinars on March 3, 2022 – Register now!

Take advantage of this free opportunity to significantly expand your EPR and Product Compliance knowledge in just one day. Three live webinars with our experts are available (feel free to recommend the webinars to your foreign partners as well):
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France: Labelling obligation WEEE, lamps, batteries and PV modules

The French government has approved the sorting information guideline for electrical and electronic devices, batteries, lamps and PV modules. If you put any of these types of products on the French market, the following information is highly relevant for you.
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Recycle IT equipment and hardware in compliance with data security requirements

You wish to recycle IT equipment from your office correctly subject to data security rules? If so, take-e-way has the suitable service for you. After all, printers, servers, PCs, laptops, mobile phones, smartphones, etc. can contain sensitive data that should not be allowed to fall into the wrong hands.
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WEEE Switzerland: Obligations for manufacturers

Every producer of electrical and electronic equipment is now obliged to mark his products with the crossed-out bin, which serves to inform consumers about the separate disposal of this kind of products.
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Product Compliance dialogue: Product safety and environmental law

11 to 12 May 2022 - invitation by Reuschlaw to the 2nd Product Compliance Dialogue (#pcd22) to discuss red-hot topics such as the Electrical and Electronic Equipment Act and the Supply Chain Act, conflict minerals, the Accessibility Act, the EUTR and REACH together at the Taschenbergpalais Dresden or remotely.
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UK: Do you need to offer your own take-back solution?

All producers who sell electrical products used in private households via online/distance selling techniques (directly to UK end-users) and WEEE producers in the UK with a local business selling electrical products directly to end-users worth less than £100,000 per year must provide their own take-back solution or can join the DTS take-back scheme.
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Webinar: Przepisy dotyczące etykietowania produktów nieżywnościowych w UE

Our free Polish webinar on "Labelling requirements for Non-food Products in the EU” will take place on Wednesday, 26 January 2022 from 10:00h (CET). Please feel free to forward this information to your Polish partners as well.
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ElektroG3 and Diary dates in 2022

The Electrical and Electronic Equipment Act version 3 (ElektroG3) took effect on 01/01/2022. Please ascertain whether this results in any new obligations on your part. Below is a summary of the key new features of the ElektroG3 and key diary dates in 2022. We will keep you informed about further developments as they unfold.
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take-e-way wishes you a Merry Christmas and a happy 2022

The Christian children and youth organisation Die Arche (The Ark), would like to organise a summer camp for disadvantaged children from Hamburg-Harburg district next year. The e-systems group (take-e-way, get-e-right, trade-e-bility) has decided to financially support the summer camp organised by the Ark.
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