Is your business WEEE compliant?
Your business is liable for the responsible disposal of all electrical and electronic equipment.
Any PCs, printers, photocopiers, kettles, calculators, light bulbs and any other electrical or electronic equipment that is no longer useful have to be disposed of in compliance with the WEEE Legislation that came into force on 02.01.07.
The ‘Essential Business Guide to WEEE’ will help avoid expensive fines.
This guide will
- reduce your cost of WEEE disposal
- improve your environmental performance
- imporve your resource management at the procurement level
- ensure corporate responsibility
- avoid enforcement action for non-compliant WEEE disposal from the Environment Agency of WEEE disposal
This guide is a true ‘Do It Yourself’ Guide. Not only will it explain to you what the new legislation says (in plain English) and what your responsibilities are, it also includes a step by step guide of what to do in order to be compliant with the legislation.
The guide comes with a CD containing essential forms and a free helpline for you to complete a smooth implementation of your WEEE policy.
The guide was developed in practical application with over 60 small, medium and large organisations to ensure it is practical and covers all aspects of the business from procurement to Public Relations.
£24.99 (Free P&P)
To order your copy of the Essential Business Guide to WEEE, please print out the Order Form PDF, complete your details and return by post with your cheque to:
Weeeco Limited, Design Works, William Street, Gateshead NE10 0JP