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Electrical and electronic equipment manufacturing

WEEE responsibilities of manufacturers, rebranders and importers

How and when the Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Regulations apply to you and how to comply with them

Restriction of the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment (RoHS)

Complying with restrictions on the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment

Design efficient electrical and electronic equipment

Effective and sustainable design of electrical products can help you reduce costs as well as environmental impact

Energy labelling and ecodesign of energy-related products

Complying with ecodesign and energy labelling legislation that applies to energy-related products




Environment & efficiency


Your environmental responsibilities - an overview


Permits and licences


Waste legislation and responsibility


Managing hazardous substances


Preventing and managing pollution


Reducing and recycling waste


Making your business more resource efficient


Cut energy costs


Cut water costs


Tax breaks, finance and incentives


Carbon reduction


Adapt to climate change


Transport and fuel


Measuring and reporting environmental performance


Using an environmental management system (EMS)


Making your business more sustainable


Sources of environmental advice


The business case for environmental improvements


Marketing and PR


Product and packaging design


Your supply chain


Selling and marketing


Chemical industry


Construction and building trades

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