VERE and take-e-way manage WEEE in Europe

The multilingual team of VERE and take-e-way is in permanent close dialogue with all national WEEE authorities and compliance partners in the EU and is at your disposal if you need any help to comply with the new WEEE directive

Today the deadline runs out for the implementation of the revised WEEE directive on Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment of the European Parliament and of the council into national legislation in every EU country.
 
Many questions have still not been answered about the different new obligations in every single EU country for producers, importers and distributors. According to our information only Great Britain and Bulgaria have conclusively implemented the new WEEE directive so far.
 
Our VERE Association for the take-back and recycling of waste electrical and electronic equipment (VERE e.V. registered association) helps you fulfil your legal obligations to register, recycle, report quantities and to document evidences for your sold devices in every EU country.
 
VERE also represents the interests of more than 3,000 producers, importers and distributors of electrical and electronic devices from 36 nations.
 
Therefore, the multilingual team of our service department take-e-way is in permanent close dialogue with all national WEEE authorities and compliance partners in the EU and is at your disposal if you need any help to comply with the new WEEE directive.

Please do not hesitate to contact your personal consultant in your own language:
 
English: Mrs. Elisabeth Westermann +49/40/219010-754
Français: Mme Nicole Stäwen +49/40/219010-765
Italiano: Mr. Christoph Pieper +49/40/219010-73
Español: Mrs. Elisabeth Westermann +49/40/219010-754
Português: Mr. Christoph Pieper +49/40/219010-73
Polski: Mrs. Patricia Piotrak +49/40/219010-76
Nederlands: Mrs. Karolin Hümpel +49/40/219010-765
 
For any further questions the team of VERE and take-e-way will be at your disposal under the phone number +49/40/219010–65.