LONDON Arrow has released a guide on the European Union's Waste from Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) directive which provides in one place the expected implementation dates, regulatory body details and compliance status on a country-by-country basis.
In partnership with U.K.-based technology consultant, ERA Technology, Arrow has condensed and compiled practical information for making sense of WEEE in one reference tool, the 'Common Sense Guide to WEEE Compliance'.
Leonie Tipton, vice president, Global Supply Chain Programs, Arrow Electronics, said, “Many manufacturers are unaware, poorly informed or confused about the requirements and implications regarding preparation for WEEE compliance. Arrow's guide is intended to clarify the business realities of WEEE and provide critical country-specific information that will help manufacturersfocus their WEEE-related compliance activities on the most critical short-term requirements.
To download the guide and obtain information on additional environmental legislation, visit Arrow's Green Solutions Site.