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The WEEE Forum seeks to be at the coalface in the work against climate change through the development of a world-renown WEEE (waste electrical and electronic equipment or e-waste) knowledge base with tools, data and intelligence concerning the e-waste sector, in Europe and globally, and thanks to deep involvement in reputable projects around circular economy, (critical) raw materials and collection and proper treatment of electronic waste.
The WEEE Forum is a not-for-profit association of 36 WEEE producer responsibility organisations (PROs) in Europe and globally. It was founded in April 2002. The WEEE Forum is the largest organisation of its kind in the world. Over the years, PROs in the WEEE Forum have acquired substantial know-how on the technical and operational aspects of collection, logistics and processing of e-waste. Since their foundation, the producer responsibility organisations of the WEEE Forum have collected, de-polluted and recycled or sent for preparation for re-use 19 million tonnes ofe-waste.
Further details are available here. Highlights of the WEEE Forum 15 Years On are available here.