July 3, 2018
The WEEE compliance and recycling hub has partnered with Sweden’s Recipo Group in order to “offer common services at a European level.”
As WEEElogic explained, this partnership will be crucial “for producers looking for centralised services and easy coordination of compliance and recycling across Europe.”
“This new partnership with Recipo Group strengthens our presence in Europe and enables producers and obligated parties to address their compliance, recycling and circular economy issues with the support of our legal, compliance and recycling hub,” said Romain Letenneur, Managing Director of WEEElogic.
In order to help companies cope with extended producer responsibility legislation, WEEELogic revealed that it relies on “the expertise of local, specialist compliance and take back schemes”, and in order to “maintain its development and to exclusively offer wider coverage to its clients”, the organisation has opted to embrace the partnership agreement with the Swedish scheme, Recipo Group.
Recipo Group, a compliance and take back scheme, currently operates in both Sweden and Denmark and is set to expand into Norway.
The CEO of Recipo Group, Josef Tapper, commented: “It is of utmost importance to simplify the administrational burden for the EEE- and battery producers to comply with the European environmental regulations.With the newly established cooperation with WEEElogic, Recipo takes further steps to be part of the transition to a circular business model within the European electronic market”.
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