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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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WEEE Execution: The Netherlands are in search for free riders

Already 400 companies were requested to register under sanction of financial penalties and injunctions.
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Reasonably priced WEEE representative service for France

get-e-right France will not call for any security deposits, it will provide the representative service for all device types without exception and therefore get-e-right France will be less expensive than any alternative service offers known to us in France.
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WEEE Nederland and take-e-way win the price leadership in the Dutch PV sector

Due to their mutual market coverage with take-e-way, WEEE Nederland was able to adapt its price structure for the mutual customers.
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Electrical device or battery – assistance for classification of the foundation EAR

The foundation EAR (German WEEE registration board) has recently published an application assistance to classify electrical or electronic devices.
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The legislator strikes back – Penalty for companies refusing to take back used devices

The new facts of these fines shall come into force on 1st June, 2017.
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LED Stripes – Change of the device type

LED stripes are now classified as luminaires of the device type "luminaires or other lighting fixtures or equipment for spreading or controlling light that can be used in private households" of the collection group 5.
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From 24th July 2016 onwards: distributor obligation to take back waste electrical devices – take-e-way has the solution

Until 24 July 2016 stationary dealers, who have a sales surface for electrical devices of more than 400 sqm, or online dealers who have a storage and dispatch area for electrical devices of more than 400 sqm, they need to have created the condition for free of charge take-back of waste electrical devices
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B2B Distributors are obliged to take back Small Electrical Devices in Germany

B2B distributors are also obliged to take back used devices from private households
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