Electric Old Device Regulation (Eag-Vo Novella 2014)

Original Language Title: Änderung der Elektroaltgeräteverordnung (EAG-VO-Novelle 2014)

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193. Regulation of the Federal Minister for agriculture and forestry, environment and water management, the electric old device regulation modifies the (EAG-VO Novella 2014)

On the basis of sections 13, 13a, 13B, 14, 19, 23, par. 1 and 3, I no. 102/2002, I no. 193/2013, is last amended by Federal Law Gazette 28a and 36 of the waste management act of 2002 (AWG 2002), Federal Law Gazette in agreement with the Federal Minister for science, research and economic:

Electric old device regulation, Federal Law Gazette II No. 121/2005, as last amended by regulation Federal Law Gazette II No. 397/2012, is amended as follows:

1. in the table of contents, the following entries to the sections 4a and 4B are inserted after the entry for section 4:



'Section 4a.





Market surveillance







§ 4 b.





CE marking and presumption of conformity"





2. in the table of contents, the following entry to § 7a is inserted according to the § 7:



"Article 7a.





Collection targets"




3. in the table of contents is the entry for section 11:



"section 11.





Treatment"




4. in the table of contents, the following entry to § 11a is inserted after the entry for section 11:



'Article 11a.





Transboundary movement of used electrical and electronic equipment"




5. in the table of contents, the following entries to the sections 21a are inserted after the entry for section 21 until 21 c:



'article 21a.





Representative for foreign manufacturers







section 21 b and § 21c.





Authorised representative for remote sales dealer"





6. in the table of contents, the following entry to section 27a is inserted after the entry for section 27:



"§ 27a.





Transitional provision"




7. in the table of contents is the entry to annex 1:



'Annex 1.





Categories of equipment (until 14 August 2018)"




8. in the table of contents, 1 the following entry to annex 1a is inserted after the entry to Annex:



'Annex 1a.





Device categories (from 15 August 2018)"




9. in the table of contents of the entry on Annex 2 is as follows:



"Annex 2.





Uses exempted from the restrictions of § 4 para 1"




10. in the table of contents, 2 the following entries to the annexes are inserted after the entry to Annex 2a and 2b:



'Annex 2a.





Uses excluded from the limitation in accordance with article 4, paragraph 1, in relation to medical devices and monitoring and control instruments







Annex 2B.





EU Declaration of conformity "





11. in the table of contents is the entry to annex 3:



"Appendix 3.





Classification of equipment, recycling targets and thresholds for the collection"




12. in the table of contents 5 the following entry to annex 6 is added after the entry to Annex:



"Annex 6.





Minimum requirements for the transboundary movement of

used electrical and electronic equipment"




13 paragraph 1 Z 2:



"2. the reduction of the overall impact of resource use and improving the efficiency of resource use, which aims to contribute to sustainable development and" 14 article 2, paragraph 1 and paragraph 2 are:

"(1) this regulation is to apply until the expiry of the 14 August 2018 for electrical and electronic equipment falling under one of the categories listed in annex 1 and provided that it is not about"



1. electrical and electronic equipment, the parts of equipment are acting electric incandescent lamps under no fall in Appendix 1 instrument categories, or 2. On waste electrical and electronic equipment falling under any of the categories listed in annex 1 and to electric light bulbs b and sections 4a and 4B apply § 4 para 1 or 2 until the expiry of the 14 August 2018.

(2) this Regulation applies from 15 August 2018 for all electrical and electronic equipment, associated equipment categories of set out in annex 1a, as long as it is not about



1. equipment specially designed as part of another type of device, which is excluded from the scope of this regulation or does not fall within the scope of this regulation, and in it are built and can fulfill its function only as part of this other device;

2. equipment for use in outer space;

3. stationary industrial wholesale tools;

4. fixed large installations, except equipment not specifically designed as part of these installations and therein are incorporated;

5. means of transport for persons or goods with the exception of electric two-wheelers are not type approved are;

6 mobile machinery intended not for road use and are provided solely for professional use available;

7 devices that were specifically designed research and development solely for purposes and are provided only at the inter-firm level;

8. medical devices including accessories, if you expect that these are infectious before the end of their service of life and active implantable medical devices;

9 in-vitro diagnostic medical devices including accessories, if you expect that these are infectious before the end of their service of life, or 10.
is electric light bulbs. Electric light bulbs and in-vitro diagnostics section 4 are from 15 August 2018 to apply paragraph 1 to 2 b and sections 4a and 4B."

15. in section 3 are the Nos. 3 and 4; the No. 7, the following conclusion is added:



"Photovoltaic modules are not considered waste electrical and electronic equipment for private households," 16. § 3 Z 9 is the phrase 'and photovoltaic modules,' added to:

17. in section 3, Z 17 is inserted after the word "Place"the phrase", including in particular as part of a building or structure,"; the phrase "and only through the same specially-designed devices can be replaced," is appended.

18. in paragraph 3, the phrase "device category 8 of annex 1" eliminates Z 23.

19. in paragraph 3, the phrase "device category 9 of annex 1" eliminates Z 25.

20 following Z 27 is appended § 3:



"27"mobile machinery"machines with their own energy supply, that operation must be movable or continuously or half continuously moves to different fixed plant species must be."

21 § 5 para 2 and 3 are:

"(2) the last distributor is obliged, on request of the final consumer, distribution of electrical and electronic equipment for private households from private households turn to turn at least free of charge to take back an electrical and electronic equipment, when the returned device of equivalent type and has fulfilled the same function as the specified device. Last but not least Distributor are excluded from the obligation, unless their sales area is less than 150 m2 and the last distributor informed the final consumers of the exception from the take-back obligation in particular through significant information in the cashier section of the business premises. Last but not least distributors who receive free back waste electrical and electronic equipment from private households, have to inform final consumers, by providing clear information especially in the cashier section of the business premises.

(3) for legal transactions, in which sells for private households within the framework of the shipping trade, including electronic mail order trade, the last distributor of electrical and electronic equipment, the last distributor can meet its obligation to the train to train withdrawal pursuant to paragraph 2 by setting up at least two public places each political district, where waste electrical and electronic equipment can be delivered from private households by final consumers. These points and their opening hours are the final consumers, by providing clear information, in particular in promotional materials and on the Internet page of the mail order company to announce."

22 the following paragraph 6 is added to the section 6:

"(6) operators of collection centres in accordance with § 3 No. 13 lit. a and b have all electrical and electronic equipment, to be taken to Z 1 of a preparation for reuse in accordance with article 11, paragraph 1, at least twice a year separated to capture and either



1 to prepare to reuse or 2. on the basis of an agreement a re-use operation for electrical and electronic equipment, which meets the requirements in accordance with article 11, paragraph 3, at least twice a year to pass; Charitable re-use operations, such as, for example, socio-economic enterprises, are to consider this as a priority. The delivery has to be, if it is ensured that these devices are actually transferred to a preparation for re-use free of charge."

23. in § 7 ABS. 1 is omitted the phrase ", which are collected after the 12th August 2005.".

24 paragraph 4 deleted § 7.

25 according to § 7, the following paragraph 7a with heading shall be inserted:

"Collection targets

Section 7a. Manufacturers, last but not least distributors, overall objectives of collecting per calendar year to reach equity importers of electrical and electronic equipment as well as collectors of waste electrical and electronic equipment:



1. up to the expiry of the 31 December 2015 separate collection of averaging at least 4 kg of electrical and electronic equipment from private households per inhabitant per year;

2.

from 1 January 2016, the separate collection of at least 45% of the mass transport used in the electrical and electronic equipment, calculated as a percentage of the average weight of electrical and electronic equipment, which were placed in the three previous years on the market;

"(3. AB DEM 1. Jänner 2019 die getrennte Sammlung von a) at least 65% of the mass transport used in the electrical and electronic equipment, calculated as a percentage of the average weight of electrical and electronic equipment, which were brought in the three previous years on the market, or b) at least 85% of the mass of the electrical falling on and electronic equipment."

26. in article 8, paragraph 1 first sentence is inserted the word "first" before the phrase "In traffic setting" and the phrase is omitted "after August 12, 2005".

27 paragraph 9 together with the heading:

"Identification of treatment charges by the manufacturer

§ May not separately report the costs for the collection and treatment of waste electrical and electronic equipment 9 manufacturers and distributors from households in the sale of a new device to the final consumers."

28 § 10 para 1 and 2 are:



"§ 10 (1) manufacturers who put 1 electrical and electronic equipment for commercial purposes – excluding waste electrical and electronic equipment of collection and treatment category photovoltaic modules - before 13 August 2005 in traffic or put 2. waste electrical and electronic equipment of collection and treatment category photovoltaic modules before 1 July 2014 in traffic, have to take back these devices at least free of charge, if you by a new device that performs the same function" , replace.

(2) manufacturer, the



1. waste electrical and electronic equipment put for commercial purposes – excluding waste electrical and electronic equipment of collection and treatment category photovoltaic modules - after August 12, 2005 in traffic or waste electrical and electronic equipment of collection and treatment category photovoltaic modules put 2nd after June 30, 2014, in traffic, these devices have to withdraw at least free of charge."

29 paragraph 11 together with the heading:

"Treatment

§ 11 (1) manufacturers have for those electrical and electronic equipment, which have taken them back in accordance with paragraphs 7 or 10, has been shown to ensure that



1. all electrical and electronic equipment of a preparation for reuse supplied, provided that the devices due to their technical condition that are suitable, this is ecologically sensible and economically reasonable;

2. not a preparation for re-use electrical led to and electronic equipment according to the State of the art treatment;              

3. in accordance with the waste treatment obligation regulation, Federal Law Gazette II No. 459/2004, in its up-to-date version; compliance

4. for electrical and electronic equipment in accordance with subpara 1 in annex 3 recovery objectives according to the schedule specified above can be achieved and 5. with regard to the calculation of the targets according to Z 2 records of the mass of electrical and electronic equipment, their components, materials and substances are maintained, if this a) run to a preparation for reuse or b) to be carried to a treatment plant or leave or c) be carried to a treatment facility.

Applies to the records according to Z § 17 par. 5 4 first to third set of AWG 2002 accordingly.

(2) electrical and electronic equipment, carried out from the European Union, must only be considered in the calculation of the recycling targets referred to in annex 3, if



1. the manufacturer can prove that the requirements referred to in paragraph 1, and 2. export according to the EU law regulations on waste shipments properly.

(3) a person who prepares all electrical and electronic equipment for reuse (re-use operation), has for the inspection, repair, and repair of electrical and electronic equipment with qualified personnel, including in particular a trained mechanical engineers, to have to ensure a conscientious implementation of preparation for reuse.

(4) every waste collector (in particular municipalities or associations of municipalities) who takes over electrical and electronics old devices from final consumers and does not return these devices not the manufacturer, has to comply with the provisions referred to in paragraphs 1 to 3."

30. pursuant to section 11, 11a the following paragraph with heading shall be inserted:

"Transboundary movement of used electrical and electronic equipment

section 11a. Who spends internationally used electrical and electronic equipment or want to spend where it probably is to electrical and electronic equipment, has to meet the minimum requirements in Appendix 6, to prove that the spent items is not to waste electrical and electronic equipment."

31. in § 12 eliminates the sales designation (1) and paragraph 2 and 3; the phrase no longer required "after August 12, 2005".

32. paragraph 14 along with heading:

"Information for holders of treatment plants

§ 14. The manufacturers have for the preparation to provide required information for each type of new electrical and electronic equipment within one year after in traffic type of reuse and treatment. This information is to determine what various components and materials contain the waste electrical and electronic equipment and where hazardous substances and mixtures are in the electrical and electronic equipment, as far as this is necessary for the institutions to prepare for reuse, the owners of repair facilities and treatment facilities so that they can comply with the provisions of this regulation. This information are the owners of facilities to prepare for reuse, by producers of electrical and electronic equipment in the form of manuals or in electronic form (E.g. CD-ROM, online services) free of charge to provide repair facilities and treatment facilities."

33. in article 15, after paragraph 1 of the following paragraph 1a is inserted:

"(1a) by way of derogation from paragraph 1 may for a manufacturer in accordance with section 13a, paragraph 1 Z 2002 the obligation to participate in a collection and recovery system for those transport used in electrical and electronic equipment accounts for 3 AWG, for which a representative pursuant to § 21a taken and duly has implemented its commitments."

34. in § 15 para 2 first sentence inserted the phrase "or the representatives appointed by them in accordance with § 21a" after the phrase "for commercial purposes".

35. Article 15, paragraph 3 is omitted and the following paragraph 3a is inserted:

"(3a) an authorized representative in accordance with article 21a has separately 2002 4 AWG for each manufacturer authorised him in accordance with section 13a, paragraph 1 Z to a collection and recovery system to participate. A representative pursuant to § 21b has 5 AWG for each manufacturer authorised him in accordance with section 13a, paragraph 1 Z 2002 to a collection and recovery system to participate separately."

36. § 16 par. 2a and 3 are replaced by following para 2a, 3 and 3a:

"(2a) the collection of resources has to be made according to following principles:"



1. it generally applicable rates are related to provide on a collection and treatment category; Subgroups are allowed; all contractors are based on same principles to treat.

2. the rates are based on a transparent cost calculation to such a way that the expected costs for collected during the calendar year (covered) electrical and electronic equipment of a collection and treatment category including their exploitation costs as well as expenses for the NSS participation in the system is placed mass expected total in the same calendar year of appropriate collection and treatment category, with respect to their , are killed.

3. collection and recycling systems have adequate participation of the system-participating manufacturers or their authorised representative with regard to the control of collecting of means of contractually ensure in particular a complete message for total in the calendar quarter on the market electrical and electronics device mass per collection and treatment category, for which will be participated in the respective system including a map to the respective tariffs.

(3) collection and recycling systems have to offer flat-rate solutions, which can alternatively take participants to the rates referred to in paragraph 2a in claim. This flat-rate solutions have to correspond to representative mass proportions.

(3a) collection and recycling systems have to repay refund amounts manufacturers or their authorised representative, if they can prove that already in Austria in traffic used electrical and electronic equipment have been exported by a subsequent level of trade."

37. paragraph 16 paragraph 5:

"(5) collection and recycling systems for waste electrical and electronic equipment from private households have as a prerequisite for the operation of their systems annually by the report in accordance with article 18, paragraph 1 Z 1, to prove that either"



1. a mass fraction of at least 5% per year total achieved in traffic used electrical and electronic equipment of the respective collection and treatment category or 2.

in all collection and treatment categories, for which the collection and recovery system is approved, annually in the respective collection and treatment category in transport used electrical and electronic equipment in total at least 12 percentage points result in the respective shares of mass.

Mass fraction are not reached even after a reasonable grace period, the Federal Minister for agriculture and forestry, environment and water management according to § 31 para 2 has Z 5 lit. b 2002 accordingly restrict the authorisation for the operation of the collection and recycling system at the end of the current calendar quarter AWG or withdraw."

38. in paragraph 17, the phrase is eliminated each "reuse or".

39. § 17 para 3 Z 5 is:



"5. the date of pick-up."

40. in section 18 para 1, Z 1 is inserted after the phrase "the manufacturer" the phrase "and their agent, and possibly".

41. § 19 para 2 subpara 2 lit. b sublit. BB is as follows:



"bb) the cost of any required cover measures and structural measures for waste electrical and electronic equipment from private households, if they are as amended required due to the waste treatment obligation regulation, Federal Law Gazette II No. 459/2004,"

42. in article 19, 2a is inserted in paragraph 2 after the Z 2 following Z:



"2a. setting a fee for the costs of any necessary collection infrastructure of municipalities or municipal associations for the preparation for reuse in accordance with § 6 subsection 6, if a lump sum is provided under no. 2, electrical and electronic appliances actually be supplied a reuse from private households, and if these costs are not already covered by the allowance referred to in no. 2." No. 2 lit. b sublit. AA and bb, and lit. c apply for this allowance accordingly."

43. paragraph 21 paragraph 1:

"Following data have electronically in the register in accordance with article 22, paragraph 1 (1) manufacturers who comply with the obligation to withdraw according to section 7 para 2 or 3 No. 2 or § 10, 2002 to register AWG:"



1. names, addresses (E.g. seat) - including the indication of the district and the State - the person and a decisive for the delivery address of domestic business, 2. company book number, Club register numbers or supplementary register numbers, 2a.
Tax number, 3. industry code in accordance with § 2 para 8 Z 6 AWG 2002, 4. contact addresses, including existing E-Mail addresses, and contact persons, 5. the transport of used electrical and electronic equipment under indication of collection and treatment category, 5a.
Brand names which are used for the first time in traffic used electrical and electronic equipment, 6 indication of whether waste electrical and electronic equipment for private households or commercial purposes in traffic, 7 for electrical and electronic equipment for private households which have collection points in accordance with § 3 No. 13 lit. (b) by specifying the GLN, 8 indication of the respective collection and recovery systems as well as 9 for electrical and electronic equipment for private households indicating whether within the framework of distance selling (in the sense of § 5a KSchG) devices are sold.

Manufacturers are required to submit data according to Z 1 to 9 within one month after the establishment of the register. Changes the data according to Z, 1 to 9 must be communicated within one month to the register."

44. in article 21, paragraph 3 is inserted after the Z 1 following Z 1a:



"1a. brand names of the transport used in electrical and electronic equipment and tax number," 45. In article 21, para. 3, the phrase "in other Member States of the European Union" is no. 4.

46. in article 21 par. 4 eliminates the phrase "no later than July 31, 2005".

47. in article 21 par. 4, final part accounts for the phrase "after August 12, 2005".

48. According to article 21, following articles 21a to 21 c with headings shall be inserted:

"Plenipotentiary for foreign manufacturers

§ 21a. (1) use is made of the ability to name a representative, who in 2002, for the fulfillment of obligations of the manufacturer in accordance with section 13a para 1 No. 4 AWG is responsible under this regulation, the following shall apply:

For the registration of a representative, the following prerequisites must be met:



1. the representative is a natural or legal person established in the country;

2. the presence of a domestic delivery address;

3. the responsibility for the compliance with the Austrian administrative rules is given (§ 9 VStG), and 4. the scope of the authorization to perform the obligation of the manufacturer ordered him, such as in particular the respective collection and treatment category, the express consent of the agent, as well as contract ensuring that the authorised representative are granted the right to conclude contracts compulsory the manufacturer and all documents required for the performance of his duties and resources are ordered through a notarized power of Attorney in German or English, in the be made available, are shown.

Changes to the data must be communicated within one month of the agent in the register.

(2) an agent for foreign manufacturers all obligations of the manufacturer in accordance with section 13a, paragraph 1 Z takes over 4 AWG 2002 for those electrical and electronic equipment, which he sells to others as final consumers in Austria. In particular the following commitments meet the agent to carry out its tasks:



1. registration as the agent in the register provided for in article 22, paragraph 1 AWG 2002 stating the data according to § 21 para. 1 Z 1 to 9;

2. transmission of data in accordance with article 21, paragraph 1 Z 1 to 9 separately for each manufacturer authorised him to the register pursuant to § 22 para 1 AWG 2002;

3. information of each involved manufacturer in accordance with section 13a, paragraph 1 Z 3 AWG 2002 about the nature and scope of authorization as well as any amendments of thereto and the masses each relating to him on electric and electronic equipment, the manufacturer in accordance with section 13a para 1 No. 4 AWG 2002 is responsible for that.

4. delivery of a list of affected vendors in accordance with section 13a, paragraph 1 Z 3 AWG 2002 at the register in accordance with article 22, paragraph 1 AWG 2002 and 5 submission of the message in accordance with article 23, paragraph 1 or 4 and section 24 para 1 separately for each manufacturer authorised him in accordance with section 13a, paragraph 1 Z 4 AWG 2002 at the registry in accordance with section 22 paragraph 1 AWG 2002.

Changes the data in accordance with Nos. 1, 2 and 4 must be communicated within one month to the register.

(3) only if the conditions of paragraph 1 of the Federal Ministry of agriculture and forestry, environment and water management the marking as the agent in the register provided for in article 22, paragraph 1 2002 makes AWG. If one of the requirements of paragraph 1, he has to remove the tagging as a representative. The marking is refused or deleted the Federal Minister of agriculture and forestry has to discuss environmental and water management on request with notice.

(4) in order to fulfil the obligations of this regulation, a manufacturer in accordance with section 13a para 1 No. 4 AWG can order 2002 only a representative. The appointment of a representative, as well as changes or the termination of a power of attorney can be effective only at the end of each calendar quarter.

(5) the obligations of the manufacturer in accordance with section 13a ABS. 1 Z 3 AWG 2002 accounts for only for electrical and electronic equipment, for which have been 2002 assumed the obligations by a manufacturer in accordance with section 13a para 1 No. 4 AWG and duly fulfilled by this or his agent referred to in paragraph 1.

Agent for remote sales dealer

section 21 b (1) manufacturer in accordance with section 13a, paragraph 1 Z 5 AWG 2002 have appointed a representative for foreign remote sales dealer, is responsible for the obligations of a manufacturer of electrical and electronic equipment in Austria. A manufacturer may appoint only a proxy for foreign remote sales dealer. The appointment of a representative, as well as changes or the termination of a power of attorney can be effective only at the end of each calendar quarter. The authorization falls away in a calendar quarter, so the manufacturer in accordance with section 13 has a par. 1 Z to ensure a seamless continuation of the fulfilment of commitments 5 AWG 2002 by a new agent.

(2) for the registration of a Plenipotentiary for foreign remote sales dealer, the following prerequisites must be met:



1. the representative is a natural or legal person established in the country;

2. the presence of a domestic delivery address;

3. the responsibility for the compliance with the Austrian administrative rules is given (§ 9 VStG), and 4. the scope of the authorization to perform the obligation of the manufacturer ordered him, such as in particular the respective collection and treatment category, the express consent of the agent, as well as contract ensuring that the authorised representative are granted the right to conclude contracts compulsory the manufacturer and all documents required for the performance of his duties and resources are ordered through a notarized power of Attorney in German or English, in the be made available, are shown.

Changes to the data must be communicated within one month of the agent in the register.


(3) a representative for foreign remote sales dealer all obligations of the manufacturer in accordance with section 13a, paragraph 1 Z acquires 5 AWG 2002 for electrical and electronic equipment which are sold to final consumers in Austria. A representative for foreign remote sales dealer of the following requirements to be fulfilled has also:



1. registering as a representative for foreign remote sales dealer in the register in accordance with article 22, paragraph 1 AWG 2002 stating the data pursuant to § 21 para 1 Z 1 to 9, 2. transmission of data in accordance with article 21, paragraph 1 Z 1 to 9 separately for each manufacturer authorised him to the registry in accordance with section 22 paragraph 1 AWG 2002 and 3 delivery of the notification in accordance with article 23, paragraph 1 or 4 and section 24 para 1 separately for each manufacturer authorised him in accordance with section 13a para 1 No. 5 AWG 2002 separated on the register in accordance with article 22, paragraph 1 AWG 2002.

Changes the data in accordance with Nos. 1 and 2 must be communicated within one month to the register.

(4) only if the conditions of paragraph 2 of the Federal Ministry of agriculture and forestry, environment and water management the marking as the agent in the register provided for in article 22, paragraph 1 2002 makes AWG. If one of the requirements of paragraph 2, he has to remove the tagging as a representative. The marking is refused or deleted the Federal Minister of agriculture and forestry has to discuss environmental and water management on request with notice.

§ 21c. Manufacturer in accordance with section 13a, paragraph 1 Z 3 AWG 2002, running electrical and electronic devices in other Member States of the European Union for sale to final consumers, have to appoint a representative as the person who is responsible for the fulfilment of the obligations of the manufacturer in the respective Member State, in which the final consumers of the unit is established, in the respective Member States."

49. paragraph 22 final part:



"in the register in accordance with article 22, paragraph 1 AWG 2002 to publish and quarterly update."

50. in § 23 para 1, the last sentence is omitted.

51. paragraph 2 is § 23.

52. in § 23 paragraph 3, the last sentence is omitted.

53. in article 24 par. 1 Z 1 lit b is "reused" by the phrase "ready for reuse" replaced.

54. Article 24, paragraph 1 Z 1 lit d is:



'd) were recycled,' 55. In section 24 para 1, Z 2 is replaced by the phrase "of recycling according to the tables 1-3 in Appendix 3" the phrase "the recycling of components, materials and substances".

56. in article 24 para 2, the bracket expression is:



(in particular municipalities or municipal associations as well as re-use establishments)



57. paragraph 24 para 3:

"(3) any Abfallbehandler which deals with waste electrical and electronic equipment, has the data according to para 1 subpara 1 lit. "c to e the respective Meldeverpflichteten in accordance with paragraph 1 and 2 also in the ways of the registry no later than 10 March of each calendar year for the previous calendar year to make."

58. paragraph 4 deleted § 24.

59. paragraph 25 together with the heading:

"Duties of the equity importer

§ Are 25 final consumers that purchase electrical and electronics equipment for the operation of the company, in the event that no participation with regard to this electrical and electronic equipment at a collection and recycling system, committed, proven at their own expense to pass these devices a legitimate waste collectors or therapist; "the unpaid levy of this electrical and electronic equipment at a collection point in accordance with § 3 Z 13 or a final dealer pursuant to § 5 para 2 or 3 is not allowed."

60. in paragraph 27 for the Nos. 1 and 2, as well as the word "and" at the end of the Z 12. After the Z, 13 are inserted following Z 14-40:



"14. the 2012/19/CE directive on electrical and electronic equipment, OJ No. L 197 of the 24.07.2012 S 38, 15 which delegates policy 2012/50/EC amending the annex III to Directive 2011/65/EC as regards an exception for uses of lead for the purpose of adaptation to technical progress, OJ No. L 348 of December 18, 2012, S 16, 16.
the delegated policy 2012/51/EC amending Annex III of Directive 2011/65/EC as regards an exception for uses of cadmium for the purpose of adaptation to technical progress, OJ No. L 348 of December 18, 2012, S 18, 17 which delegated 2014/14/EU directive on the amendment of annex III to Directive 2011/65/EEC as regards a derogation for the use of 3.5 mg mercury per lamp in single-ended compact fluorescent lamps for general lighting purposes < 30 W with a life span of 20 000 hours or more, OJ No. L 4 from 9 January 2014, S 71, 18, who delegated 2014/9/EU directive amending Annex IV to Directive 2011/65/EC as regards an exception for lead and cadmium in metallic bindings for the manufacture of superconducting magnetic circuits in MRI detectors, SQUID detectors, NMR detectors (nuclear spin resonance) or FTMS (Fourier-transform mass spectrometers), OJ detectors No. L 4 from 9 January 2014, S 61, 19 which delegated 2014/2/CE directive amending Annex IV to Directive 2011/65/EEC as regards a derogation for cadmium in fluorescent coatings in image intensifiers for x-rays until December 31, 2019, as well as in spare parts for X-ray equipment installed before January 1, 2020 in the EU in the transport, OJ No. L 4 from 9 January 2014, S 47, 20, who delegated 2014/3/CE directive amending Annex IV to Directive 2011/65/EC as regards an exception for Bleiacetatmarker for use in sterotaktischen head for computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging and positioning systems for gamma radiation and particle therapy devices, OJ No. L 4 from 9 January 2014, S 49, 21, who delegated 2014/1/CE directive amending Annex IV to Directive 2011/65/EC as regards an exception for lead as camp exposed alloying element for ionizing radiation and wear surfaces in medical devices, OJ No. L 4 from 9 January 2014, S 45, 22 which delegates policy 2014/4/EC amending Annex IV to Directive 2011/65/EC as regards an exception to lead to the production of vacuum-tight connections between aluminium and steel in X-ray image intensifiers, OJ No. L 4 from 9 January 2014, S 51, 23, who delegated 2014/6/EU directive amending Annex IV to Directive 2011/65/EC as regards an exemption for lead in surface coatings by mortise compression connectors, which require non-magnetic connectors and permanently at a temperature below 20 ° C under normal operating and storage conditions are used by OJ No. L 4 from 9 January 2014, S 55, 24, who delegated 2014/5/EU directive amending Annex IV to Directive 2011/65/EC as regards an exemption for lead in solders on printed circuit boards, in the coating of connectors of electric and electronic components and coatings from printed circuit boards, in exploring the connection of wires and cables in solders for connecting transducers and sensors , which be used permanently at a temperature below-20 ° c under normal operating and storage conditions, OJ No. L 4 from 9 January 2014, S 53, 25, who delegated 2014/7/EU directive amending Annex IV to Directive 2011/65/EC as regards an exemption for lead in solders in the coating of connectors of electric and electronic components and printed circuit boards, in connections of electrical cables, shields and sheathed connectors to use a) in magnetic fields within a radius of 1 meter to the Isocenter of the magnet of medical devices for magnetic resonance imaging , including the Patienmonitore designed for use within this range, or b) in magnetic fields with no more than 1 meter distance from the external surfaces of cyclotron magnet or magnets for the Strahlentransport and the beam Steering in particle therapy, OJ No. L 4 from 9 January 2014, S 57, 26, who delegated 2014/8/CE directive amending Annex IV to Directive 2011/65/EC as regards an exemption for lead in solders for mounting digital cadmium telluride - and Cadmiumzinktellurid Arraydetektoren on printed circuit boards, OJ No. L 4 from 9 January 2014, S 59, 27 which delegates policy 2014/10/EC amending Annex IV to Directive 2011/65/EC as regards an exemption for lead in alloys as a superconductor and thermal conductor for use in cooling heads of Kryokühlern and/or cryogenic cooled cold probes and/or cryogenic cooled potential compensation systems, medical devices (category 8) and/or monitoring and control instruments in the industry , OJ No. L 4 from 9 January 2014, S 63, 28 which delegates policy 2014/11/EC amending Annex IV to Directive 2011/65/EC as regards an exception for hexavalent chromium in alkali dispensers for use by the production of photo-cathode in X-ray image intensifiers until December 31, 2019, and spare parts for X-ray equipment installed before January 1, 2020 in the EU in the traffic , OJ No. L 4 from 9 January 2014, S 65, 29.

the delegated directive of 2014/15/EC amending Annex IV to Directive 2011/65/EC as regards an exception for lead, cadmium and hexavalent chromium in recycled parts from medical devices marketed before 22 July 2014 in the transport be expanded and used in devices installed before July 22, 2021 in the transport category 8 if the reuse in a verifiable closed principally system is carried out and is communicated to consumers , that parts were reused, OJ No. L 4 from 9 January 2014, S 73, 30, who delegated 2014/12/CE directive amending Annex IV to Directive 2011/65/EC as regards an exemption for lead in solders on printed circuit boards of detectors and data acquisition units for integrated in MRI Positronenemissionstomographen, OJ No. L 4 from 9 January 2014, S 67, 31, who delegated 2014/13/EU directive amending Annex IV to Directive 2011/65/EC as regards an exemption for lead in solders on assembled PCBs for use in mobile medical devices of classes IIa and IIb of Directive 93/43/EEC, with the exception of portable Notfalldefibrillatoren, OJ No. L 4 from 9 January 2014, S 69, 32, who delegates 2014/16/CE directive amending Annex IV to Directive 2011/65/EC as regards an exception for lead as activator in the fluorescent powder by gas discharge lamps that are used as lamps containing barium silicate phosphors (BaSi2O5Pb) to the extracorporeal Photopheresis, OJ No. L 4 from 9 January 2014, S 75, 33 which delegates policy 2014/76/EC amending Annex III 2011/65/EC directive as regards a derogation for mercury in handmade fluorescent discharge tubes for use in display, decoration, architecture and special lighting and light art, OJ No. L 148 of May 20, 2014, S 86, 34. which delegates policy 2014/75/EC amending Annex IV to Directive 2011/65/EEC as regards a derogation for mercury in cold cathode fluorescent lamps (CCF lamps) backlit liquid crystal devices not exceeding 5 mg per lamp for use in installed before July 22, 2017, in transport industrial monitoring and control instruments, OJ No. L 148 of May 20, 2014, S 84, 35. the delegates 2014/74/CE directive amending Annex IV to Directive 2011/65/EC as regards an exception for lead to be used in compliant with flexible zone (other than those of the type "C Press") for industrial monitoring and control instruments, OJ No. L 148 of May 20, 2014, S 82, 36. the delegates 2014/73/CE directive amending Annex IV to Directive 2011/65/EC as regards an exemption for lead in Platinum-plated Platinum electrodes to be used for conductivity measurements, OJ No. L 148 of May 20, 2014, 80, S 37. which delegates policy 2014/71/EC amending Annex IV to Directive 2011/65/EC as regards an exemption for lead in solders in an interface of large stacked the elements, OJ No. L 148 of May 20, 2014, S 76, 38. the delegates 2014/70/CE directive amending Annex IV to Directive 2011/65/EC as regards an exemption for lead in micro-channel plate (MCP), OJ No. L 148 of May 20, 2014, S 74, 39. the delegates 2014/69/CE directive amending Annex IV to Directive 2011/65/EC as regards an exemption for lead in dielectric ceramic capacitor for a nominal voltage of less than 125 V AC or 250 V DC for industrial monitoring and control instruments, OJ No. L 148 of May 20, 2014, S 72 and 40 which delegates policy 2014/72/EC amending Annex III of Directive 2011/65/EC as regards an exemption for lead in solders and coatings of connection of electrical and electronic components and coatings from printed circuit boards for use in ignition modules and other electrical and electronic engine control system, OJ No. L 148 of May 20, 2014, S 78."

61. after section 27 the following § 27a and heading shall be inserted:

"Transitional provision

section 27a. (1) by way of derogation to article 21 manufacturer of electrical and electronic equipment of collection and treatment category photovoltaic modules have only from 1 January 2016 in the register in accordance with article 22, paragraph 1 to register AWG 2002.

(2) by way of derogation to article 23, paragraph 4, and article 24, paragraph 1 the reporting requirements relating to waste electrical and electronic equipment of collection and treatment category photovoltaic modules for the calendar years accounts for 2014 and 2015."

62. section 28 11 the following paragraph is added:

"(11) the table of contents, § 1 Z 2, article 2, paragraph 1 and 2, article 3, § 5 para 2, § 6 paragraph 6, § 7, § 7a, section 8, paragraph 1, article 9, article 10, paragraph 1 and 2, section 11, section 11a, § 12, § 14, § 15, § 16 para 2a, 3, 3a and 5, § 17 para 1, 2 and 3, article 18, paragraph 1 No. 1, § 19 para 2 subpara 2 lit." "b and Z 2a, article 21, paragraph 1, 3 and 4, § 21a § 21B, 21 c, § 22, § 23, § 24, § 25, § 27, § 27a, annexes 1, 1a, 2, 3, annex 5 and annex 6, as amended the regulation Federal Law Gazette II No. 193/2014 with 1 July 2014 into force."

63. the heading to annex 1 is as follows:

"Categories of equipment (until 14 August 2018)"

64. the heading to annex is 1 pt. 4:

"4 units of consumer electronics and photovoltaic modules"

65. in annex 1, added a comma to the end of PT. 4, and added the word "Photovoltaic".

66. in annex 1, the phrase is omitted "E.g. control devices" at the end of the PT. 5.

67. pursuant to annex 1 the following appendix 1a and heading shall be inserted:

'Annex 1a

Device categories (from 15 August 2018)

1. heat exchanger

E.g. refrigerators, freezers, devices for the automatic collection of cold products, air conditioners, dehumidifiers, heat pumps, oil-filled radiators and other heat exchanger that use other liquids than water for heat transfer.

2. screens, monitors, and devices, the screens with a surface of more than 100 cm 2

E.g. screens, televisions, LCD photo frame, monitors, laptops, notebooks.

3. lamps

E.g. straight fluorescent lamps, compact fluorescent lamps, fluorescent lamps, discharge lamps (including high-pressure sodium lamps and metal halide lamps), low pressure sodium lamps, LED lamps

4. major equipment (one of the external dimensions of more than 50 cm), including among others

Household appliances; IT and telecommunications equipment; Consumer electronics; Lights, sound or picture playback devices, music equipment; electrical and electronic tools; Toys, sports and recreational equipment; medical devices; Monitoring and control instruments; Output machines; Devices for generating electrical currents. Not devices covered by categories 1 to 3 fall into this category.

Eg washing machines, tumble dryer, dishwasher, electric cookers and ovens, electric hot plates, lights, sound or image playback devices, music equipment (with the exception of church organs), devices for knitting and weaving, mainframe computer, large printers, photocopiers, large money slot machine, medical major equipment, large monitoring and control instruments, great product and ATMs, photovoltaic modules.

5. small appliances (no external dimension is more than 50 cm), including among others

Household appliances; Consumer electronics; Lights; Sound or image playback equipment, music equipment; electrical and electronic tools; Toys, sports and recreational equipment; medical devices; Monitoring and control instruments; Output machines; Devices for generating electrical currents. Not devices covered by categories 1 to 3 and 6 fall into this category.

zB vacuum cleaner, carpet Sweeper, equipment for sewing, lights, microwave ovens, ventilation equipment, iron, Toaster, electric knife, kettle, watches, electric shavers, scales, hair - and body care devices, calculator, radios, video cameras, video recorder, Hi-Fi, musical instruments, sound or image playback devices, electrical and electronic toys, sports equipment, bicycle -, diving, running, rowing machine, etc., smoke detectors, heating controller, thermostats, electrical and electronic small tools, medical appliances, small monitoring and control instruments, small product output machines, small appliances with built-in photovoltaic modules.

6. small IT and telecommunications equipment (no outer dimension is more than 50 cm)

E.g. mobile phones, GPS devices, calculator, router, PCs, printers, phones."

68. Annex 2 is as follows:

"Annex 2

Uses exempted from the restrictions of § 4 para 1



Exception





Scope and data of validity of







1.





Mercury in single ended (compact) fluorescent lamps that do not exceed the following values (per burner):





 







1a.





For general lighting purposes 17 mm (I.e. T9): 15 mg





 







2. b IV





Lamps for general lighting purposes other and for special purposes (E.g. induction lamps): 15 mg





 







3.





Mercury in CCFL (cold cathode fluorescent lamps) and EEFL lamps (external electrode fluorescent lamps) do not exceed the following values (per lamp) for special purposes,





 








3A.





Short lamps (≤ 500 mm): 3.5 mg





 







3B.





Medium lamps (> 500 mm and ≤ 1 500 mm): 5 mg





 







3c.





Long lamps (> 1 500 mm): 13 mg





 







4A.





Mercury in other low pressure discharge lamps (lamp): 15 mg





 







4B.





Mercury in Hochdrucknatrium(DAMPF)lampen for general lighting purposes, the lamp with improved colour rendering index CRI > do not exceed 60 the following values (per burner):





 







4B. I





P ≤ 155 w: 30 mg





 







4B. II





155 W < P ≤ 405 W: 40 mg 4B. III P > 405 W: 40 mg





 







4c.





Mercury in other Hochdrucknatrium(DAMPF)lampen for general lighting purposes, not exceeding the following values (per burner):





 







4 c. I





P ≤ 155 w: 25 mg





 







4 c. II





155 W < P ≤ 405 W: 30 mg 4 c. III P > 405 W: 40 mg





 







4 d.





Mercury in Hochdruckquecksilber(DAMPF)lampen (HPMV)





Expires on 13 April 2015.







4E.





Mercury in halide (MH)





 







4F.





Mercury in other lamps for special purposes, that are not specifically listed in this annex





 







4 g.





Mercury in handmade fluorescent discharge tubes for use in display, decoration, architecture and special lighting and light works, where the mercury content must not exceed the following amounts:

(a) 20 mg per electrode pair + 0.3 mg per cm of tube length, but not more than 80 mg, for applications in the open air, as well as for applications indoors at temperatures below 20 ° C;

(b) 15 mg per electrode pair + 0.24 mg per cm of tube length, but not more than 80 mg, for all other applications indoors





Will expire on December 31, 2018.







5a.





Lead in glass of cathode ray tubes





 







5b.





Lead lead in the glass of the fluorescent tubes with a lead content of not more than 0,2%





 







6a.





Lead as an alloying element in steel for machining purposes and in galvanized steel with a mass fraction of no more than 0,35% lead





 







6B.





Lead as an alloying element in aluminium with a lead content of not more than 0,4% lead





 







6c.





Copper alloy containing up to 4% lead





 







7A.





Lead in high melting temperature type solders (i.e. lead solder alloys with a lead content of at least 85% lead)





 







7B.





Lead in solders for servers, storage systems, storage arrays, and network infrastructure equipment for switching, signal transmission, transfer and network management in the telecommunications sector





 







7. c I





Lead containing electrical and electronic components in glass or ceramic materials except dielectric ceramic capacitors, E.g. piezoelectronic devices, or in a glass or ceramic matrix connection





 







7 c. II





Lead in dielectric ceramic capacitor for a nominal voltage of 125 V AC or 250 V DC or





 







7 c. III





Lead in dielectric ceramic capacitor for a nominal voltage of less than 125 V AC or 250 V DC





Expired on 1 January 2013. Then use allowed in spare parts for electrical and electronic equipment, which were placed before January 1, 2013 in traffic.







7c IV





Lead in PZT-based dielectric ceramic materials for capacitors, the Teiol of integrated circuit or discrete semiconductors.





Expires on July 21, 2016.







8A.





Cadmium and its compounds in cutoffs of the type one pellet shot'





Expired on January 1, 2012. Then use allowed in spare parts for electrical and electronic equipment, which were placed before January 1, 2012, in traffic.







8B.





Cadmium and its compounds in electrical contacts





 







9.





Hexavalent chromium as a means of protection of the carbon steel cooling system in absorption refrigerators up to a mass fraction of 0.75% in the cooling solution





 







9B.





Lead in bearing shells and compressors containing headers for refrigerant for heating, ventilation, air-conditioning and cooling applications (HVACR)





 







11A.





Lead in 'C-Press'-compliant with flexible zone





May be used in spare parts for electrical and electronic equipment, which were placed before September 24, 2010 in transport







(b) 11.





Lead in other than 'C-Press'-compliant with flexible zone





Expired on 1 January 2013. Then use allowed in spare parts for electrical and electronic equipment, which were placed before January 1, 2013 in traffic.







12.





Lead as a coating material for a heat-conductive C-ring module.





Is allowed in spare parts for electrical and electronic equipment, which were placed before September 24, 2010, in traffic.







13A.





Lead in glass for optical applications





 







(b) 13.





Cadmium and lead in filter glass and glass for reflectance standards





 







14.





Lead lead in solders consisting of more than two elements for the connection between the pins and the package of microprocessors with a lead content of more than 80% and less than 85%





Expired on January 1, 2011. Then use allowed in spare parts for electrical and electronic equipment, which were placed before January 1, 2011 in traffic.







15.





Lead in solders to a stable electrical connection between semiconductor chip and the circuit carriers in integrated flip-chip assemblies





 







16.





Lead in bar-shaped light bulbs with a molten Interior coating of the piston





Expired on September 1, 2013.







17.





Lead halide as radiant agent in high intensity discharge (HID) lamps) for professional reprography applications





 







18A.





Lead as activator in the fluorescent powder (of which mass share lead by 1% or less) of discharge lamps when used as special lamps for reprography on base of the light breaks process, lithography, insect traps, photochemical and exposure processes phosphors such as magnesium silicate ((Sr,Ba)2MgSi2O7:Pb)





Expired on January 1, 2011.







18B.





Lead as activator in the fluorescent powder (of which mass share lead by 1% or less) of discharge lamps when used as a tanning lamp phosphors such as barium silicate (BaSi2O5: Pb)





 







19.





Lead with PbBiSn-Hg and PbInSn-Hg in specific compositions as main amalgam and with PbSn-Hg as auxiliary amalgam in very compact energy saving lamps





Expired on June 1, 2011.







20.





Lead oxide in glass solders to the connection of the front and rear glass of flat fluorescent lamps for liquid crystal displays (LCD)





Expired on June 1, 2011.







21.





Lead and cadmium in printing inks for the application of enamels on glass borosilicate and soda-lime glass





 







23.





Lead in finishes of fine pitch components - other than connectors - with a pitch of 0.65 mm or less





Is allowed in spare parts for electrical and electronic equipment, which were placed before September 24, 2010, in traffic.







24.





Lead in solders for discoidale and Planar-array multilayer ceramic capacitors with metallized holes





 







25.





Lead oxide in structural elements of SED displays (surface conduction electron emitter displays (SED), particularly in the glass frit (seal Naseer) fastening and the glass frit ring (frit ring)





 







26.





Lead oxide in the glass mantle of BLB lamps (black light lamps)





Expired on June 1, 2011.







27.






Lead alloys as solder for transducers in high-powered loudspeakers (for several hours operating at a sound pressure levels of 125 dB SPL and above)





Expired on September 24, 2010.







29.





Lead bound in Crystal glass as defined in annex I (categories 1, 2, 3 and 4) of Directive 69/493/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States for Crystal glass, OJ No. L 326 of the 29.12.1969 p. 36, as last amended by Directive 2006/96/EC, OJ No. L 363 of 20.12.2006 p. 81





 







30.





Cadmium alloys as electrical/mechanical solder for electrical conductors that are used directly on the voice coil in transducers in high-powered loudspeakers with sound pressure of 100 dB (A), and





 







31.





Lead in soldering materials in mercury free flat fluorescent lamps (E.g. for liquid crystal displays, design or industrial lighting)





 







32.





Lead oxide in seal frit to the mounting of glass panes for argon and krypton laser tubes





 







33.





Lead in solders for the soldering of thin copper wires with a maximum 100 μm diameter in power transformers





 







34.





Lead in trimming potentiometers based Cermet





 







36.





Mercury as an inhibitor to prevent cat testicles putte ring with DC plasma displays with a content of up to 30 mg per display





Expired on July 1, 2010.







37.





Lead in the coating of high voltage diodes on the basis of a zinc Borate glass enclosure





 







38.





Cadmium and cadmium oxide in thick-film pastes used on aluminum bonded beryllium oxide





 







39.





Cadmium in color-converting II-VI-based LEDs (pH 13;

III) corrosive, halogen gas solutions;

(c) measurements of conductivity above 100 mS/m, which must be carried out with portable instruments.

Will expire on December 31, 2018.

38. lead in solders in an interface of large staked the elements with more than 500 contact elements per interface for use in X-ray detectors by computed tomography and X-ray systems. Will expire on December 31, 2019. Permitted to use after this time in spare parts for before January 1, 2020 in traffic which computed tomography and X-ray systems.

39. lead in micro channel plates (MCPs) for use in devices, which at least one of the following properties have: a) a compact size of the electron or ion detector, unless the room for no more than 3 mm / MCP detector (detector thickness + space for the installation of MCP) and is limited to a total of 6 mm and an alternative design, the would be more room for the detector, is scientifically and technically not feasible;

b) a two-dimensional spatial resolution for the detection of electrons or ions, unless one or more of the following properties: i) a response time of less than 25 ns, ii) a sample detection range of more than 149 mm², iii) a multiplication factor of more than 1.3 x 10³, c) a response time of less than 5 ns for the detection of electrons or ions;

(d) a sample detection range of more than 314 mm² for the detection of electrons or ions;

(e) a Verfielfältigungsfaktor of more than 4.0 x 107.

The exception expire on the a) 21 July 2021 for medical devices and monitoring and control instruments;

b) 21 July 2023 for medical in-vitro diagnostic medical devices;

(c) 21 July 2024 for industrial monitoring and control instruments).

40. lead in dielectric ceramic capacitor for a nominal voltage of less than 125 V AC or 250 V DC for industrial monitoring and control instruments. Expires December 31, 2020. Permitted to use after this time in spare parts for before the 1 January 2021 in traffic which industrial monitoring and control instruments."

71. Annex 3 is as follows:

"Annex 3

Classification of equipment, recycling targets and thresholds for the collection

Table 1: Classification of equipment and recovery targets by 14 August 2015



Collection and treatment categories





Device categories in accordance with Annex 1





Recovery targets of by an average weight per appliance





Quantities in kg for the message of pick-up needs







Recovery rate in %





Rate of reuse and recycling of components, materials and substances in %







Large appliances *.





Large household appliances (excluding refrigeration, freezing and air conditioning units)





80





75





3000







IT & T equipment (excluding screen devices)





75





65







Consumer electronics (excluding screen devices)





75





65







Lighting fixtures - great (excl. gas discharge lamps)





70





50







Electrical and electronic tools - large





70





50







Game -, sports - and leisure equipment - wholesale





70





50







Automatic output devices without cooler





80





75







Medical equipment - wholesale





70





50







Monitoring and control instruments - large





70





50







Refrigerators and freezers





Refrigerators and freezers and air conditioners





80





75





2000







Automatic dispensers with cooler





80





75







Display screen equipment including CRT devices





IT & T equipment - monitors (CRT, LCD and plasma monitors)





75





65





1500







Consumer electronics - televisions (CRT, LCD and plasma monitors)





75





65







Monitoring and control instruments - monitors





70





50







Small appliances *.





Small household appliances





70





50





1500







IT & T equipment (excluding screen devices)





75





65







Consumer electronics (excluding screen devices)





75





65







Lighting fixtures - small (excl. gas discharge lamps)





70





50







Electrical and electronic tools - small





70





50







Game -, sports - and leisure equipment - small





70





50







Medical equipment - small





70





50







Monitoring and control instruments - small





70





50







Gas discharge lamps





Lighting (lamps)





-





80





300







Lighting fixtures - small (LED lamps with standardised version)





70





50







Photovoltaic modules





Photovoltaic modules





75





65





-





 

As the "great equipment" equipment provided, their largest edge length greater than 50 cm is, as a "small appliances" such, their largest edge length is less than or equal to 50 cm.

 

Table 2: Classification of equipment and recovery targets by 15 August 2015 until 14 August 2018:

 





Collection and treatment categories





Device categories in accordance with Annex 1





Recovery targets of by an average weight per appliance





Quantities in kg for the message of pick-up needs







Recovery rate in %





Rate of reuse and recycling and preparation for the re-use of whole appliances in %







Large appliances *.





Large household appliances (excluding refrigeration, freezing and air conditioning units)





85





80





3000







IT & T equipment (excluding screen devices)





80





70







Consumer electronics (excluding screen devices)





80





70







Lighting fixtures - great (excl. gas discharge lamps)





75





55







Electrical and electronic tools - large





75





55







Game -, sports - and leisure equipment - wholesale





75





55







Automatic output devices without cooler





85





80







Medical equipment - wholesale





75





55








Monitoring and control instruments - large





75





55







Refrigerators and freezers





Refrigerators and freezers and air conditioners





85





80





2000







Automatic dispensers with cooler





85





80







Display screen equipment including CRT devices





IT & T equipment - monitors (CRT, LCD and plasma monitors)





80





70





1500







Consumer electronics - televisions (CRT, LCD and plasma monitors)





80





70







Monitoring and control instruments - monitors





75





55







Small appliances *.





Small household appliances





75





55





1500







IT & T equipment (excluding screen devices)





80





70







Consumer electronics (excluding screen devices)





80





70







Lighting fixtures - small (excl. gas discharge lamps)





75





55







Electrical and electronic tools - small





75





55







Game -, sports - and leisure equipment - small





75





55







Medical equipment - small





75





55







Monitoring and control instruments - small





75





55







Gas discharge lamps





Lighting (lamps)





-





80





300







Lighting fixtures - small (LED lamps with standardised version)





75





55







Photovoltaic modules





Photovoltaic modules





80





70





-





As the "great equipment" equipment provided, their largest edge length greater than 50 cm is, as a "small appliances" such, their largest edge length is less than or equal to 50 cm.

 

Table 3: Classification of equipment and recovery targets from 15 August 2018:

 





Collection and treatment categories





Device categories in accordance with annex 1a





Recovery targets of by an average weight per appliance





Quantities in kg for the message of pick-up needs







Recovery rate in %





Rate of reuse and recycling and preparation for the re-use of whole appliances in %







Large appliances *.





Heat exchanger





85





80





3000







Large appliances





85





80







Refrigerators and freezers





Heat exchanger





85





80





2000







Display screen equipment including CRT devices





Screens, monitors, and devices, the screens with a surface of more than 100 cm 2





80





70





1500







Small appliances *.





Small appliances





75





55





1500







Small IT and telecommunications equipment





75





55







Gas discharge lamps





Lamps





-





80





300







Lighting fixtures - small (LED lamps with standardised version)





75





55







Photovoltaic modules





Photovoltaic modules





85





80





-





"* Be seen as"large devices"devices, their largest edge length greater than 50 cm is, as a"small appliances"such, their largest edge length is less than or equal to 50 cm."

72. Annex is 5 first paragraph:

"For the calculation of the mass percentage you are since the beginning of the calendar quarter by mass reported collection and recovery systems as used in transport or imported for personal use on electrical and electronic equipment for private households per collection and treatment category to be used."

73. Annex eliminates 5 point 3.

74. in the annex, the word order eliminates 5 point 4.2. in the second paragraph "on April 1, 2007 and as a result".

75. in the annex, 5 point 6 is replaced by the phrase "30 April" the phrase "At the end of the second quarter".

76. in annex 5, point 6.5. is the phrase "at the beginning of the third quarter" replaced by the phrase "with May 1st".

77. in annex 5, point 6.6 is replaced by the phrase "may 1" the phrase "Beginning of the third quarter".

78. According to annex 5 the following appendix 6 is added:

 

"Annex 6

Minimum requirements for the transboundary movement of used electrical and electronic equipment

1. Whoever spends used electrical and electronic equipment or want to spend has to ensure that the following documents to distinguish between electrical and electronic equipment be accompanied during transport and submitted to the authority upon request:



(a) a copy of the invoice and of the Treaty on the sale of electrical and electronic equipment and/or the transfer of ownership, indicating that the equipment for direct reuse are designed and fully functional;

b) documents on a review or testing each unit (test certificate, proof of functionality) together with a log that contains all records referred to in no. 4 and c) a declaration by the person who arranges the transport of waste electrical and electronic equipment, stating, that 2002 is AWG any of the devices at waste in accordance with article 2.

2. who spends used electrical and electronic equipment or want to spend, has to ensure that adequate protection against damage during transport and during the loading and unloading, in particular through adequate packaging and a proper stacking of cargo is ensured.

3. 1 a and b and Z 4 do not apply, if conclusive documents showing that the shipment in an inter-company transfer agreement takes place and that



a) waste electrical and electronic equipment as faulty repairs in the warranty with the intent of reuse are returned to the manufacturer or a third-party acting on his behalf or b) used electrical and electronic equipment for commercial use, for overhaul or repair in a valid contract with the intent of reuse to the manufacturer or one on his behalf acting third party or institution of third party States , for the final decision C(2001)107. final of the OECD Council on the revision of decision C(92)39. on the control of transboundary movements of wastes destined for recovery shall apply, be sent or c) defective used electrical and electronic equipment for commercial use, such as medical equipment or parts thereof, in a valid contract for the error causes analysis - if such an analysis only by the manufacturer or third-party acting on his behalf can - be performed, be sent to the manufacturer or a third-party acting on its behalf.

4. to prove that it is the spent items of used electrical and electronic equipment, which are fully functional or only minor repair, whose cost is expected to exceed the replacement value of the equipment, require, and not to electrical and electronic equipment, has the person who spends used electrical and electronic equipment or want to spend to meet following requirements:



a) review of the functioning and assessment of the presence of hazardous substances. Which tests in individual cases be carried, depends on the kind of electrical or electronic equipment. Anyway, the functioning of the main functions is to check.

(b) the results of the examination (in particular with naming defective parts and defect) and evaluation (confirmation of the General transport believes that full functionality or confirmation that the defect can be fixed by minor repair) shall be recorded.

(c) the records referred to in lit b must be either the electric or electronic device itself (if without packaging) or on the packaging.

(d) the lit b records contain the following information:-name of the object (designation of the device and the device category in accordance with Annex 1 or 1a);

-Identification number of the item (type number) (where applicable);

-Year of manufacture (if known);

-Name and address of the company, which is responsible for the proof of functionality;

-Type and results of the tests described under lit a (including the date of the functioning of audit);


5. in addition to the documents required under Nos. 1, 3 and 4 the following supplied every load (e.g., shipping containers, trucks) used electric and electronic equipment:



(a) a relevant transport document, for example, a CMR consignment note;

(b) a statement of the person who spends used electrical and electronic equipment or want to spend to be responsible for the compliance with the specifications laid down in this annex.

6 the relevant documents in accordance with the Nos. 1, 3, 4 and 5 to demonstrate that it is a subject of a used electric or electronic device, not electric or electronic equipment are missing or lacking adequate protection against damage during transport in accordance with no. 2, this subject is as electrical or electronic equipment to look at and to assume a waste shipment. In this case, is in accordance with articles 24 and 25 of the EC VerbringungsV (Regulation (EC) No 1013/2006 on shipments of waste, OJ) (Nr. L 190 vondem 12.07.2006 S. 1) to proceed. "



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