EU Legal & Policy Questionnaire
The CWIT team has developed this questionnaire to be completed by European WEEE stakeholders and experts. Its purpose is to collect information on the legal framework that affects WEEE.

We refer extensively to the re-cast WEEE Directive 2012/19/EC and the Shipments of Waste Regulation No 1013/2006 which you can download here from the CWIT project website: http://www.cwitproject.eu/project-overview/.

We are very grateful for your assistance in completing this questionnaire. We understand that it may not be possible to provide answers to all questions but we are grateful to you in providing as much information as you can. Information provided will not be shared, and will be aggregated and anonymised.

If you would like to follow up this questionnaire with an interview we would be delighted to speak with you (please email us: info@cwitproject.eu).

To assist you, we have also compiled a glossary to explain some of the terminology we use in the questionnaire, see www.cwitproject.eu/faq/.
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General Legal Framework for EEE and WEEE
In this section, we are seeking to understand the current legal situation in your country for actions affecting WEEE.

In particular, we require information on national regulations and policies that may include implementing guidelines, end of life management of electronics, import/export rules, checklists for what is considered used equipment, financial instruments used, ban on cash transactions etc.
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Q1: Please list the main national legislation and policies relevant for the management of WEEE, in addition of the transposition of the WEEE Directive (Directive 2012/19/EC)
For example, please include reference to any implementing guidelines, end of life management of electronics, import/export rules, checklists for what is considered used equipment, financial instruments used, ban on cash transactions etc. Where possible please provide dates of enforcement. (If national legislation has not yet been enacted, please provide details of policies in place that affect WEEE including health and safety, labour law, pollution control, planning regulations, etc.)
Q2: Has your country transposed the WEEE Directive re-cast (Directive 2012/19/EC) into your national legislation?
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