July 9, 2021
Spain is leading the way in reforming waste and WEEE and we take a look at Spain’s new rules that will see manufacturers pay the full cost of recycling WEEE. Manufacturers don’t fare well in a recent FTC report. We unpack their comments that says that manufactures repair restrictions are unwarranted. We take a look at the latest market study from IDC and a look at the future of work that is changing the market. The Recyclers’ podcast is hosted by David Connett with resident guest Peter Mayhew.
Spain – Is introducing changes to their recycling regulations that will see the manufacturer pay the full cost of recycling, and not the taxpayer. This is expected both improve recycling and generate €750 million a year.
Hosted by The Recycler’s former Editor David Connett, he is joined by resident guest Lightwords Director Peter Mayhew.
The right to repair is gaining traction on a global scale and the US Federal Trade Commission has published a report saying that that manufactures repair restrictions are unwarranted. Something we all know, but it is good to see it confirmed by the FTC.
IDC recently published a report saying that Q1 this year was a bumper quarter for HCP devices. We unpack the numbers and share some insights into the report that seem to be driven by hybrid working. Which is a good link into our final conversation which is all about the future of work!
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