Industry keeps up pressure on electroscrap

Orgalime sets out second-reading demands as MEPs restart talks on WEEE directives

Europe's electrical and electronic products industry has stepped up its campaign for changes to EU proposals for financing waste goods recycling ahead of a second legislative reading for the draft waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) directive.

Orgalime, a federation of national industry associations that represents 100,000 firms and comes closest to providing a united industry voice on the law, has released a detailed new position paper as the European Parliament prepares its response to EU governments' position on the waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) directive, reached last summer (EED 07/06/01).

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