Response to the TRASYS questionnaire on the harmonisation of the format for registering and reporting to the WEEE register(s)

Published: 6 March 2015

Policies & Issues: Environment

Orgalime thanks TRASYS for the invitation to comment on the study carried out on behalf of the European Commission in the context of the implementation of article 16(3) of Directive 2012/19/EU on Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (‘WEEE2').  Following this provision the Commission should adopt implementing acts establishing the format for registration and reporting and the frequency of reporting to the WEEE register. 

Most of the questions of the TRASYS stakeholder questionnaire are targeted to the national level.  We therefore would like to raise our remarks and suggestions in this form and also include our answers to the few more horizontal stakeholder questions directly.

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