Nowadays, products must not only comply with legal regulations, guidelines and requirements, but they must also be properly disposed of and recycled at the end of their lifetime (extended producer responsibility).
Keeping up to date and knowing which rules have to be complied with in the face of increasing complexity poses ever greater challenges for distributors, importers and manufacturers.
The Circular Economy Engineering team at Landbell Group company, H2 Compliance, has reached a significant milestone by collecting and recycling more than 10,000 tonnes of waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) across the EMEA region for the HP Inc B2B hardware take-back program.
On Thursday 19th November 2020, Landbell Group will speak at the E-Waste World Conference & Expo. This virtual summit is dedicated to all areas of WEEE and brings together globally renowned experts from manufacturers and suppliers, recyclers and waste management companies, science and academia, policymakers and NGOs, and research institutions and consultants.
For many years now, Jordan has experienced a huge increase in solid waste, with a daily increase of 350 tonnes in one state alone. This increase has limited the country’s ability to achieve its desired levels of waste management and control.
Probably everyone is familiar with Apple’s garage start-up history. What had been a crazy vision back then, is now one of the world’s most successful companies. Speaking in start-up terms, Apple was a pioneer: an innovative idea that society was not ready for yet. While start-ups are often good at spotting new trends and changes in consumer behaviour, it is the big companies that have the money and market share to make an impact.
At the end of September, ERP Ireland launched the 2020/21 Green Alley Award with the Department of Communications, Climate Action and Environment. The two organisations called on Irish start-ups to enter Europe’s first start-up awards scheme for the circular economy.
ERP Italy is launching a video communication campaign for Italian producers of electronics and batteries that have compliance obligations. The campaign, which will run until the end of the year, will be on the company’s LinkedIn and Instagram accounts.