United Kingdom

Useful documents for understanding WEEE, e-waste, battery and packaging legislation in the UK

From start to finish

Obligations Assessment

We can help you clearly understand in which countries you have WEEE, e-waste, batteries and packaging obligations so you can begin your compliance process.

UK Producer Compliance Scheme (PCS)

Accerio is authorised by the UK Environment Agency as Producer Compliance Scheme for both Business to Business, and Business to Consumer WEEE.

Country Registration

Once your obligations are clear, we implement your country registrations. By taking on this time-consuming task, we  allow your business to move forward.

Take Back and Recycling Solutions

Need a solution for take back of your recycling? We work with world class partners to help you implement cost-effective and compliant solutions.

National Reporting

Never the same in any two places, we have the know-how to access the country tools, track your deadlines and submit the necessary documentation and data.

Full Compliance Solutions

Rely on Accerio’s expertise to manage your Extended Producer Responsibility, ensuring your business becomes fully compliant without the hassle.

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European Directives


Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Directive (2012/19/EU)

Requires producers to register in each country where they have obligations. It also requires them to report products placed on market as well as finance the collection and recycling or reuse of these goods at product end of life.


The Battery Directive (2006/66/EC) amended by (2013/56/EU)

Requires end of life batteries to be recycled. Also prohibits or limits certain harmful substances in batteries and accumulators.  Producers must register and finance the treatment of batteries placed on the market where they have legal obligations.


The Packaging and Packaging Waste Directive (94/62/EC)

Prohibits certain harmful substances in packaging.  Requires producer financing of recycling and reuse of packaging materials.

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