LONDON Densitron Displays has set up a Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) service agreement with Weeeco Ltd, through which it will provide WEEE care services, training seminars and compliant registration for producers to help businesses better understand and comply with their WEEE responsibility.
“A lack of knowledge and understanding surrounding UK WEEE legislation means that organizations can often feel confused about dealing with their responsibilities and what choices they have,” said Clive Robson of Densitron.
In collaboration with Weeeco, Densitron Displays will provide a number of WEEE training and compliance services, which include WEEE compliant registration for producers – manufacturers, importers and/or re-branders – of electrical electronic equipment for sale in the U.K. who are legally bound to join a producer compliance scheme.
Organizations can sign up for the B2B End Users WEEE Compliance Scheme which allows them to enjoy a proactive service where Weeeco will establish and maintain their policies on WEEE, and be responsible for their fulfilment of the UK WEEE Legislation and the Hazardous Waste Regulations (HWR).
Delegates at training seminars will be taken step by step through the planned UK WEEE legislation and its impact on manufacturers, procurement officers and businesses which produce non-household WEEE for disposal.
Densitron has also set up a WEEE Collection Point at its warehouse on the Team Valley Industrial Estate, Gateshead, Tyne & Wear where SME’s can drop off any item of WEEE from a single electronic item to arranging collection of larger loads.
Densitron Display Solutions is a manufacturer and supplier of standard and customised display modules using OLED, TFT, STN, CSTN, monochrome and touch screen technology.