Service for electronic devices

Do you sell electronic devices? – Weee like it.

If you manufacture, sell or import electronic products on a european market, then your business model must comply with the European WEEE Directive. 

We support you in selling your electrical products in compliance with the law.

Service für Elektrogeräte


30 European countries – 30 different implementations of the WEEE Directive

Different laws with country-specific requirements apply throughout Europe. In Germany, the Electrical and Electronic Equipment Act (ElektroG) applies to the sale and disposal of electrical appliances.

Our weee full-service – individual compliance solutions for whole EU, Norway, Schwitzerland and UK

  • Estimation of costs according to country-specific requirements 
  • Registration with WEEE number at the authorities, recognized compliance schemes and national registers (in Germany: stiftung ear) 
  • Insolvency-proof guarantee by two guarantee systems for registration in Germany recognized by stiftung ear: Garantiesystem Altgeräte (GSA) and weee full-service (up to 5t) 
  • Timely reporting of the sold products (in Germany registration and reporting in the ear-portal)
  • Disposal of old electrical equipment (in Germany collection and disposal at municipal collection points; only in connection with the collection orders of stiftung ear for registered manufacturers/distributors)
  • Provision of an authorized representative for customers from abroad without a branch in Germany
  • Processing of retail take-back for customers in Germany
  • Organization of the self-return at your location for customers in Germany
  • Triman & Info-Tri-Service for your company

You decide which services are relevant for you. We will be happy to put together a tailor-made offer for you.  

Calculate your costs for Germany    Get your costumized quotation now


Our expertise – Your advantage

  • You save time and have less effort: Concentrate on your core business and trust our more than 15 years of experience and a broad partner network.
  • You are precisely informed about deadlines and legal changes: We keep you up to date and take over the communication with national authorities and systems.
  • You receive a cost-effective solution for an insolvency-proof guarantee through our guarantee systems in Germany.
  • You will be advised individually and receive an offer tailored to your needs with transparent costs.

More than 3,500 customers from all over the world are already benefiting from our experience – join us!



WEEE Directive and ElektroG – Did you know that? 

The WEEE Directive requires you to register all electronic equipment before market launch in the respective country, to apply for a WEEE number, to regularly report the quantity sold and to ensure that the products are disposed of in an environmentally friendly way. There is no European-wide registration authority; instead you must register separately for each country and many specific features need to be taken into account. For example, electronic equipment is not always assigned to the same category of equipment in each country. In Germany the Electrical and Electronic Equipment Act (ElektroG) came into force in 2005 and was updated in 2015. The aim of the law is to increase the percentage of electrical appliances taken back in the end of their life in order to protect the environment. For this purpose the Federal Environment Agency (“Umweltbundesamt”) set up the „stiftung ear“.