weee full-service is offering its customers, as well as all other manufacturers and retailers of electronic products numerous seminars and workshops that provide information about the basics as well as new legal requirements of the ElektroG, BattG, VerpackG and the WEEE Directive. Participation in our informational events is usually free of charge.
ElektroG 2018, VerpackG 2019 & more: Informational and further events
We are invited as expert to different events or have an own Exhibition stand. Please contact us if you want to meet us there.
- 19. - 20. August 2019: Gamescom in Cologne
- 2. - 3. September 2019: spoga gafa 2019 Die Gartenmesse in Cologne
- 6 - 11. September 2019: IFA in Berlin
- 19. September 2019: Reha Care in Düsseldorf
- 24. September 2019: Smart Country Convention in Berlin
- 25. September 2019: Digital Retail Conference in Berlin
Free online seminars
All about WEEE: Changes to the ElektroG (Part I - YouTube video)
As of 15th August 2018, furniture and clothing fitted with electrical functionality must also comply with the regulations of Germany’s Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Act (ElektroG). However, even manufacturers and retailers who are already registered will face many new challenges on account of the introduction of the Open Scope system and the transition to the new equipment categories. Find out what new legal obligations the ElektroG involves for you as a manufacturer of electrical or electronic equipment.
Background information on selling electrical and electronic equipment in compliance with the laws ElektroG, BattG and VerpackV (in German)
This seminar (only available in German) outlines the basic principles and informs manufacturers, importers and distributors of electrical and electronic equipment about the key issues covered by Germany’s Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Act, the Batteries Act and the packaging regulations. In the course of the seminar, we take a look at issues such as registration with stiftung ear, providing an insolvency-proof guarantee and the retail take-back obligation.
All about WEEE: Registering in Europe (in German)
You sell electrical or electronic equipment abroad? The WEEE Directive requires manufacturers and distributors to register in the country to which they are exporting products. This online Seminar (only available in German) provides an overview of the requirements you face as a manufacturer or distributor of electrical or electronic equipment when you sell your products in other EU countries.