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French legislation: ‘Déchets d‘équipements électriques et électroniques (DEEE)’

  • The French Parliament transposed the WEEE Directive into national law with the following decree: the ‘Arrêté du 23 novembre 2005 relatif aux modalités de traitement des déchets d‘équipements électriques et électroniques prévues à l’article 21 du décret n° 2005-829 du 20 juillet 2005 relatif à la composition des équipements électriques et électroniques et à l’élimination des déchets issus de ces équipements’ (Decree of 23 November on the methods of treating waste electrical and electronic equipment listed in Section 21 of Decree No. 2005-829 on the composition of and the disposal of waste from such equipment).

  • The two houses of Parliament in France: the Senate (upper house) sits in the Palais du Luxembourg, the National Assembly (lower house) in Palais Bourbon

  • The ‘DEEE’: Facts & Figures

    The ‘DEEE’: Facts & Figures
    Came into force on20.07.2005
    Contents when passedWEEE Directive
    Goalsto reduce hazardous substances, to remove hazardous substances from WEEE, to design environmentally friendly appliances so that they can be re-used or so that the individual components or the whole appliance can be recycled
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