Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE)

Subsidiary Legislation 549.89 – the Waste Management (Ele​​ctrical and Electronic Equipment) Regulations as published by Legal Notice 204 of 2014 [Download] govern the sustainable production, reuse, recycling and appropriate disposal of WEEE, bringing into effect most of the provisions of Directive 2012/19/EU on waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) [Download].

General Information

​​​Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) on WEEE Regulations

National Register of Producers of Electrical & Electronic Equipment

Quick guide for producers of EEE​

Non-Exhaustive List of EEE falling within the SIX Categories of EEE covered by S.L. 549.89

Procedure for the implementation of Registrations and Renewals​

Procedure for the implementation of a Financial Guarantee

WEEE Ratios Procedure

 

Registration and Renewal Forms

Form A -​​ Registration Form as a Producer of Electrical & Electronic Equipment​​

Manual ​Form ​EN | MT​

​Electronic Form​​

​Form B – Renewal Form as a registered Producer of Electrical & Electronic Equipment (2021)

​Manual ​Form​ EN | MT​

​Electronic Form

​Form C – Deregistration Form as ​a Producer of Electrical & Electronic Equipment (2021)

​Manual Form​

​Written Mandate declaration for an authorised representative

Manual Form​

​Application to operate a Waste Electrical & Electronic Equipment Scheme

​Manual ​Form​ EN | MT​

Further guidelines for self-compliant producers & authorised compliance scheme(s)

​​​​Terms of Reference for compliance audits by a Self-Compliant Producer of Electrical & Electrical Equipment ​​​

Terms of Reference for Work Plan by a Self-Compliant Producer of Electrical & Electronic Equipment

Requirements as Evidence for Collection & Final Recycling under the Extended Producer Responsibility Regulations

Suggested Certificate Template for Requirements as Evidence for Collection & Final Recycling under the EPR Regulations

The above guidelines may be amended from time to time as deemed necessary, and would be applicable with immediate effect.

N.B: The Competent Authority exempts a self-compliant producer from assigning an independent auditor to certify all the information reported to the Authority, provided that the self-compliant producer provides evidence of participating in a certified environmental management system(s), namely EN ISO 14001 or/and the Eco-Management & Audit Scheme (EMAS) and further provided that the environmental audits conducted in relation to ISO 14001 or/and EMAS standards accomplish all the requirements set by the Authority in the “Terms of Reference for Audits by a Self-Compliant Producer of EEE”.

Registration as eligible auditors to conduct audits under the Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) Regula​tions:
Registered producers for packaging or packaging material, electrical and electronic equipment (EEE), and batteries and accumulators as well as Compliance Schemes are obliged under the relevant national legislations to use the services of an Auditor, approved by ERA, to certify all of the information reported.
Interested parties who fulfil​ the requirements set by ERA are to submit their interest accompanied by the requested documentation. Only those parties listed hereunder shall be considered to be suitable Auditors, approved by ERA, to conduct the EPR Regulations.
  • These requirements may be amended from time to time as deemed necessary, and would be applicable with immediate effect

 

Authorised Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Compliance Scheme(s):

Name of Scheme Scheme Permit Number​ Status​
​WEEE Malta Ltd. EP 0112/20 Renewal Granted
​WEEE Recycle (GreenPak Coop Society Ltd.) EP 0105/20 Renewal Granted