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Packaging Act: LUCID registration without Dual System? take-e-way provides help

take-e-way points out that, following the LUCID registration, the planned quantities contracted with a Dual System for 2019 must be reported immediately in LUCID, plus the packaging quantities for 2018, which must be reported by 30 April.
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WEEE: Are your device types correct and complete?

In the course of the amendment to the German Electrical and Electronic Equipment Act (ElektroG = German WEEE conversion), a conversion of categories and device types was necessary last year.
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Electrical and Electronic Equipment Act: new rules and regulations for "passive" devices

Manufacturers of so-called "passive" devices are therefore required to submit a corresponding application for registration with the EAR Foundation in good time by 1 May 2019.
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Packaging Act - take-e-way assists you

Beginning 1st of January 2019 the new Packaging Act (VerpackG) will take effect in Germany.
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Quantity Report Online and take-e-back temporarily not available due to maintenance

Both websites will be temporarily unavailable until Tuesday, 30 January 2018.
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Performance report regarding WEEE take-back by SMEs

take-e-way took back nearly 7000 metric tons of WEEE in 2016
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WEEE – SMEs discuss aspirations and reality with political representatives

It is our sincere hope that this event only forms the prelude to a continued betterment of the circumstances for the implementation of the WEEE directive by retailers and SMEs
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take-e-way and Trusted Shops announce partnership

The take-e-way GmbH offers Trusted Shops customers a comprehensive and non-bureaucratic handling of WEEE, battery directive and packaging ordinance matters in all EU member states.
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WEEE in Austria: take-e-way customers pay less from now on

The fee reduction is going to automatically benefit our customers selling screen devices, small electrical devices and illuminants in Austria.
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Attention: Blinking spinners to be registered with the EAR

As recently reported by the German news magazine „Focus“, the German customs authorities at the Frankfurt airport confiscated 35 tons of fidget spinners this past month, alone.
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