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What are your responsibilities?

As manufacturers of electrical and electronic equipment, you are responsible for managing and funding the recycling of devices, from collection at various recycling points, transport and processing to proper waste management. As set out in Royal Decree 110/2015 and subsequent amendments introduced by Royal Decree 27/2021.

+ Filing quarterly reports of electrical and electronic equipment put onto the market with the Integrated Industrial Register (RII-AEE).

+ Marking electrical and electronic equipment with the legally established label.

+ Adopting measures for the selective collection and proper management of WEEE generated by your equipment placed on the market, except for equipment intended for reuse.

+ Identifying WEEE by electronic tag, so as to ensure the traceability of the waste.

+ Identifying WEEE by electronic tag, so as to ensure the traceability of the waste.

+ Developing agreements to prepare equipment for reuse by logistics platforms.

RD 110/2015 RD 110/2015
RD 27/2021 RD 27/2021

Why is it important for you to comply with the law?

In addition to the serious environmental damage that can result from inadequate waste management, failure on the part of producers to comply with the provisions of Law 07/2022 on Waste and Contaminated Soil entails penalties in the form of fines or other sanctionssuch as temporary occupational disqualification or closure of their facilities..
These sanctions are accompanied by final penalties of up to 1,750,000 euros.

LAW 07/2022 LAW 07/2022

What can we offer you?

Fundación ECOTIC strives to be your strategic partner, providing customised solutions for proper WEEE management and compliance with all your environmental obligations through our Extended Producer Responsibility Collective System (EPRCS).

Managing electrical and electronic equipment at the end of its useful life, including collecting waste from the distributor’s facilities or a cargo consolidation centre, transporting and storing it and having it processed at a facility.

Carrying out administrative procedures, including registration with device producers register.

Information for Integrated Industrial Register (RII-AEE) in waste electrical and electronic equipment section.

Declaring production on our platform, uploading filings to the Ministry register.

Complying with reuse requirements for devices whenever possible.

  • No unexpected additional costs: all costs are included in the price of the service.
  • Transparent management, with a service price calculated to break even at the end of the year.
  • No costs, no membership or processing fees for companies that already comply with current regulations.
  • One invoice for electrical and electronic equipment and batteries.
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