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Status of the WEEE/RoHS Implementation in Sweden

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

14th April 2005: The WEEE directive was transposed with code of Statutes 2005:209. Pre-treatment of WEEE is covered by EPA Regulation SFS 2005:10
1st January 2006: Pre-treatment of WEEE comes into force

WEEE/RoHS Directive

RoHS Regulations: Swedish

WEEE Regulations: The WEEE is being transposed by the following laws:

  • The WEEE directive was transposed with code of Statutes 2005:209 - English
  • Pre-treatment of WEEE is covered by EPA Regulation SFS 2005:10. No details yet.


Key Differences from Other Member States

Register: The Swedish Environmental Protection Agency (http://www.internat.environ.se/)

RoHS: Responsibilty of the Swedish Chemicals Inspectorate (http://www.kemi.se).

Compliance Groups : El-Kretsen AB (http://www.el-kretsen.se/)

 

 

 


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