WASTE ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT (WEEE) REGULATIONS
Whyte Bikes Ltd meet the definition of a producer under the WEEE Regulations, as follows, requiring them to ensure compliance: Businesses who place electrical and electronic equipment (EEE) on the UK market for the first time by importing, manufacturing, rebranding or distance selling are considered producers under the regulations.
The UK WEEE Regulations were first introduced in 2007 with the aim of reducing the amount of EEE ending up in landfill. As per the requirements of the Regulations, Whyte Bikes finance the recovery and recycling of WEEE when it reaches the end of its life and ensure their EEE products are marked accordingly with a crossed out wheeled bin symbol and a date mark.
Whyte Bikes are fully compliant with all responsibilities as a registered member of UK government approved WEEE Compliance Scheme, Beyondly. The scheme takes on the producer’s legal compliance and works with them to ensure all necessary steps to ensure they achieve compliance, including data submissions to the Environment Agency and procurement of recycling evidence.
Whyte Bikes Ltd’s WEEE producer registration number is WEE/ME2519AA