Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE)
Subsidiary Legislation 549.89 – the Waste Management (Electrical 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].
Registration and Renewal Forms
|Form A - Registration Form as a Producer of Electrical & Electronic Equipment|
|Form B – Renewal Form as a registered Producer of Electrical & Electronic Equipment (2022)|
|Form C – Deregistration Form as a Producer of Electrical & Electronic Equipment (2022)|||
|Written Mandate declaration for an authorised representative|||
|Application to operate a Waste Electrical & Electronic Equipment Scheme|||
Further guidelines for self-compliant producers & authorised compliance scheme(s)
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”.
- 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|