The “Ustawa o zużytym sprzęcie elektrycznym i elektronicznym” (Law on the Collection and Treatment of Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment) was passed in Poland to transpose the WEEE Directive into national law.
The Parliament building in Warsaw – where the WEEE Directive was transposed into Polish law
|Facts & figures|
|Came into force on||29.07.2005|
|Contents when passed||fundamental responsibilities of the producers placing EEE on the market|
|Goals||to set up a collection and recycling system for WEEE|
|Latest version||full text on the Sejm’s website|
The following changes were made to the Polish WEEE recycling law on 21.11.2008:
In Poland, waste electrical and electronic equipment is divided up into ten different collection groups in keeping with the WEEE Directive.