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What is WEEE?

Electrical and electronic equipment is any equipment that is powered by electricity, a battery, or solar energy. All lamps, with the exception of incandescent and halogen lamps, are also considered to be electrical and electronic equipment.

The most common electrical and electronic appliances in the home include home appliances, watches, computers, printers, cell phones, televisions, consumer electronics, cameras, lamps, lamps, and power tools.

Examples of equipment classified as WEEE

Large appliances: Large refrigerators, refrigerators, freezers, washing machines, dishwashers, electric stoves, microwave ovens, air source heat pumps, electric heaters

Small appliances: Vacuum cleaners, carpet brushes, other cleaning machines, sewing machines, irons, mangles, toasters, table grills, coffee makers, shavers, hair dryers, electric toothbrushes, clocks, scales

Information and telecommunications equipment: Computers, printers, monitors, keyboards, mice, laptops, fax machines, telephones, mobile phones, routers, chargers

Consumer Electronics: radios, televisions, digiboxes, camcorders, digital camcorders, VCRs, audio players, DVD players, solar panels

Lighting equipment: Lamps, seasonal lights, fluorescent lamps, LED lamps (No incandescent lamps, they are mixed waste)

Electrical & Electronic Tools: Drills, screwdrivers, saws, slectric lawn mowers

Toys, Leisure & Sports Equipment: Remote control toys, balance boards, drones, scooters, electric bikes, game controllers, sports watches, electric fitness equipment

Health care equipment: blood pressure and thermometers and other health measuring devices

Monitoring and control equipment: Fire detectors, thermostats, alarm devices