08 May '12, 2pm

Cover story: Solving the problem of #ElectronicWaste.

Cover story: Solving the problem of #ElectronicWaste.

Very useful and informative article. Thank you for it. You may wish to look at some new information which if successful, may affect the sector. We hope to soon commence in full, our Project EEESafe.com Here we are looking to increase diversion of all Weee in all UK and EU Countries, to a system of EEESafe Centres as shown on our website. EEESafe centres can conduct via the system, intertrading on spares, thus ensuring lower cost repairs to help the poorest communities. By engaging and incentivising consumers, diversion of Weee to these centres will drastically lower the movement of Weee in all member states. By applying a Training Standard for Electrical Servicing, where Plumbing and Engineering Skills can be recognised through proper National Occupational Standards, the consumer can not only gain rewards for Waste Weee and spend points at online retailers, but they will a...

Full article: http://www.newelectronics.co.uk/electronics-technology/in...

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  1. 17 Jul '12, 2pm

    You can now follow EEESafe News at our own Blog and on Twitter. Visit our site to see at www.eeesafe.com We now have the support of the Trade Bodies and are working on our Bespoke Qualification with a Major Awarding body. http://eeesafe.com/wpres/?p=34
    We already have the Training Material to allow Training organisations to start. Shortly we'll be launching our assessment of all Domestic White Goods Engineers, to get them registered and offer up to 5 new Revenue streams for some of them.

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