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  WEEE Registration in  
Ireland

     European Union's WEEE Directive 2002/96/EC on Waste of Electronic and Electrical Equipment requires that, the WEEE symbol must be placed on an EEE product if the product falls in one of the 10 categories and is placed onto the EU market after the 13th August 2005. Producers must provide refurbishment, treatment and reuse information for each "new" WEEE. The directive obligates member states to establish and maintain a registry of producers putting electrical and electronic equipment onto the market. So far, there does not exist a centralized European registration office. Producers must register in individual member states of the EEA.

Authority responsible for WEEE-related issues:

The authority responsible for WEEE implementation in Ireland-

Department of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government
http://www.environ.ie

The register for WEEE producer registration in Ireland

WEEE Register Society Ltd
http://www.weeeregister.ie

Here is a WEEE registration application form (2006) for Ireland.

Registration Process

The original and fully completed application form must be sent to the WEEE Register Society Ltd. with a cheque for the appropriate registration fee.

After approval the WEEE Register will issue a Certificate of Registration with a unique 5 digit registration number. This number will not change on re-registration and should be shown on all invoices, credit notes, despatch and delivery documents issued from 13th August 2005. Furthermore, you will need to take responsibility for a monthly submission of data to the WEEE Blackbox. The data required covers the amount and weight of EEE products placed onto the Irish market.

After registration with the WEEE Register Society Ltd., you must also join an approved compliance scheme, ERP or WEEE-Ireland, or be self compliant. The requirements for the latter can be found in the EU-Directive 2002/96/EC Article 8.

Registration Fees

For 2006:

250

- if the turnover of EEE products is < 250,000

 

500

- if the turnover of EEE products is ≥ 250,000 but < 500,000

1,000

- if the turnover of EEE products is ≥ 500,000 but  < 1,000,000

2,000

- if the turnover of EEE products is ≥ 1,000,000


For 2007:

The Committee of Management will determine the appropriate fees.


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