WEEE registration and certification matters
1. What is WEEE registration certification?
WEEE: waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) is a command to withdraw discarded equipment. In order to properly deal with these huge quantities of electronic and electrical wastes and recover valuable resources, the European Union passed two orders that have a significant impact on electrical equipment commodities in 2002: the EU Withdrawal Order (WEEE) and the RoHS Order (EU Environmental Order).
In 2016, the Ministry of Environment of Germany issued a law on e-commerce, informing overseas enterprises selling electronic equipment from the platform to register and withdraw electronic equipment. Before receiving the WEEE electronic equipment withdrawal code, they had to order businesses to stop selling electronic equipment.
2. Which products need WEEE registration certification?
Taking Dezhan as an example, WEEE registration is mainly for one category of goods. According to official data, WEEE orders are applicable to 10 kinds of goods, namely large household appliances. Small household appliances IT and communication equipment Household appliances consumption; Lighting equipment and electrical tools (except large fixed industrial tools); Toys, leisure and sports equipment; Medical equipment testing and control equipment; vending machine.
3. Which countries need WEEE registration certification?
Germany, Britain, France, Italy, Spain, Sweden, the Netherlands, Denmark, Portugal, Poland, Belgium, Finland, Luxembourg, Austria, Ireland, etc.
4. Must WEEE registration be done?
At present, companies selling cross-border e-commerce are forced to close. If they do not register WEEE registration number, they will be forced to remove their goods from the shelves. In all European countries, Germany has the most stringent requirements for environmental protection, so Germany WEEE must do it!
Result of not registering WEEE:
WEEE was not registered, and listing was lightly blocked. On the premise that the prime minister is well sold by the merchant, the competitor pays attention to the fact that the competitor buys the merchandise of the merchant, and the merchandise does not have a trash can printed with a slash, or the merchandise is not recovered after it is registered in Germany. The competitor will send a letter to the German lawyer to Amazon, requesting to stop the sale of the company's merchandise, and apply for procedures to destroy all the company's merchandise in Amazon.
At this time, the merchant not only lost all the inventory, but also paid for the lawyer's letter and the cost of commodity damage, which may mean that the company was basically driven out of the German market (previously, a large number of small sellers were collectively accused by large sellers, causing serious losses).
5. What is the purpose of WEEE certification?
End users' e-waste should be recycled by category (to protect the environment and reduce waste dumping in developing countries).
6. What goods need to be recovered?
Electricity based related goods.