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Country Directory Index
Select letter from above table to go to countries beginning with that letter or the European Union (EU) or Reports pages. Note countries in the EU can be found both in the appropriate letter page and the EU page.

Estonia:


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Status of the WEEE/RoHS Implementation in Estonia

Contents

Key Implementation Dates
Directive 2002/96/EC on Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE)
Directive 2002/95/EC on the Restriction of the use of Certain Hazardous Substances in Electrical and Electronic Equipment (RoHS)
Key Differences from Other Member States

Key Implementation Dates

April 2004: Transposition of RoHS
2005: WEEE directive still waiting to be transposed
31st December 2008: WEEE: recovery targets to be met following decision 2004/312/EC since no infrastructure is currently in place

WEEE/RoHS Directive

RoHS Regulations: Not yet available
WEEE Regulations:Estonian English

Key Differences from Other Member States

Register: Mandatory. Environment Ministry’s Environment Information Centre.
Household Collection: Costs fall totally on producers.
Business to Business: Producer pays
Marking: Products will be required to show the producer’s full address.
Compliance Schemes: EES-Ringlus MTÜ (tel 6 307 300, 50 66 100 margus.vets@ecomarketer.com )

 

 

 


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