Voluntary WEEE recycling project: case in Kenya

The following section describes voluntary (CSR based) WEEE recycling project, which engage local actors from the field of WEEE recycling and local and international sponsors. Location:Nairobi, Kenya Activities:Collection, manual dismantling, automated processing Full-time staff:8 Years in e-waste:5 E-waste collected: 426 tonnes (5 years) Funding partners: WorldLoop, Close the Gap, Safaricom,…

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Recommendation on the WEEE legislation lobbying program development

In the context of WEEE recycling, lobbying is the act of attempting to influence business and government leaders with legal means to initiate suitable policy or legislation development (or revision) process on a national level. The key activity of lobbying is providing accurate, relevant and complete information to stakeholders to…

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Legal recommendation on law enforcement of WEEE recycling system

The missing enforcement of the legislation is a crucial issue, which in many contexts impede the proper development of an e-waste system. The following paragraphs focus on the way inspections are perpetrated in some European member states and what tools are to put in place to ensure obligors do comply…

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