Regulation (2014:1075) On Producer Responsibility For Electrical Equipment

Original Language Title: Förordning (2014:1075) om producentansvar för elutrustning

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The Government provides.



section 1 of This regulation is to



1. promote measures to reduce the amount of electrical equipment which becomes

waste,



2. reduce the problems for human health and the environment

electronic waste,



3. producers shall take responsibility for the problems of electronic waste provides

and to give them incentives to take

waste prevention measures,



4. easier for holders of electronic waste to leave

the waste,



5. all electrical equipment which, despite waste prevention measures

become waste must be collected and otherwise handled at the

way that gives the best results for human health and the environment

taking into account that the waste should be prepared for

reuse, recycled, recycled, otherwise

or disposed of in the order of priority listed now,

and



6. promote resource efficiency and to reach the targets for recycling

of the regulation.



2 §/expires U: 2015-10-23

This regulation is notified pursuant



— Chapter 15. section 6 of the environmental code in terms of 40 to 44, 57, 58 and

60 § §,



— Chapter 15. section 7 of the environmental code in the case of 32-35, 37-39, 61-63, 66

and 67 § §,



— Chapter 15. 7 a of the environmental code in case of 45, 46, 49, 50, 52,

53, 56, 69, and 70 sections,



— Chapter 15. 7 b of the environmental code in relation to 29, 31 and 40 to 44, §§,



— Chapter 15. section 9 of the Environment Act in terms of sections 60 and 68,



— Chapter 15. section 16 of the environmental code in terms of § 69,



— Chapter 15. section 28 of the environmental code in relation to 29, 31, 37-44, 57, 58,

60, 61, 66, 67 and 76 sections,



– Chapter 8. section 11 of the Constitution in respect of section 79, and



– Chapter 8. section 7 of the Constitution in the case of other

provisions.



2 section/entry into force: 2015-10-13/

This regulation is notified pursuant



— Chapter 15. section 6 of the environmental code in terms of 40 to 44, 57, 58 and

60 § §,



— Chapter 15. section 7 of the environmental code in the case of 32-35, 37-39, 61-63 and

66-67 (a) sections,



— Chapter 15. 7 a of the environmental code in case of 45, 46, 49, 50, 52,

53, 56, 69, and 70 sections,



— Chapter 15. 7 b of the environmental code in relation to 29, 31 and 40 to 44, §§,



— Chapter 15. section 9 of the Environment Act in terms of sections 60 and 68,



— Chapter 15. section 16 of the environmental code in terms of § 69,



— Chapter 15. section 28 of the environmental code in relation to 29, 31, 37-44, 57, 58,

60, 61, 66-67 (a) and sections 76,



– Chapter 8. section 11 of the Constitution in respect of section 79, and



– Chapter 8. section 7 of the Constitution in the case of other

provisions. Regulation (2015:563).



section 3 provisions concerning the obligations of the holder of the waste

see Chapter 15. 5 (a) and section 18, paragraph 21, 30 and

31 § § environmental code as well as in 14, 16 to 19, 21, 25, 26, 28, 30-32,

45, 46, 48, 54 (a) and 59 (a) § § waste regulations (2011:927)

and in European Parliament and Council Regulation 1013/2006.



section 4 of the Regulations that the municipality shall be responsible for the transport

and the recovery or disposal of household waste is

in chapter 15. section 8 of the environmental code. This responsibility is being restricted by this

Regulation only in the case of waste which is supported by the

the regulation has been submitted to someone who, according to Regulation

have the obligation to accept the waste.



§ 5 If a provision made pursuant to

the radiation Act (1988:220) depart from this regulation,

terms of that provision.



Expression of the regulation



section 6 with the electrical equipment referred to in this regulation sets,

products, components, machinery, tools, instruments and

other equipment



1. for the generation, transfer or measurement of the electrical

currents or electromagnetic fields, or



2. which is dependent on electric currents or electromagnetic

fields in order to work properly.



The first subparagraph only applies to equipment which is intended to

be used with a voltage not exceeding 1 000 volts

AC or 1 500 volts direct current.



With a live electrical equipment in accordance with the first paragraph referred to all

components, consumables and other parts

the equipment consists of when it is made available.



section 7 Of konsumentelutrustning referred to in this regulation

electrical equipment typically used in private households.



That the electrical equipment is intended for professional use

does not exclude that it is konsumentelutrustning.



section 8 for the purposes of this regulation to



be established in Sweden: having established in Sweden

and conducting a business activity here,



make an electrical equipment available: professional

provide an electrical equipment for further distribution or

use, if the provision is not only designed to

transporting the equipment on behalf of someone else,



Let out a live electrical equipment on the Swedish market means

the first time this Sweden do an electrical equipment available for

someone else,



emit an electrical equipment on the Union market: for the first

time to do a live electrical equipment available to anyone else within

The EU, and



sell at a distance: the professional contract for sale

through communication exclusively takes place at a distance.



section 9 with the producer for the purposes of this regulation, the



1. established in Sweden and in his own name or

Mark has made or allowed to manufacture or

design an electrical equipment and makes it available on the

Swedish market,



2. established in Sweden and in his own name or

brand sells an electrical equipment on the Swedish market as

manufactured by someone else, if it's for power equipment

not a producer under the brand of the producer appears on the

power equipment,



3. established in Sweden and emits an electrical equipment from

another country on the Swedish market, or



4. selling an electrical equipment at a distance directly to a user

in a country in the EU where the seller is not established.



"Producer" means not the only funds a

making available of an electrical equipment, regardless of whether

Disclosure means the transfer of ownership or

may be transferred.



10 § With producer representative for the purposes of this regulation, the

established in Sweden and has a written power of Attorney

to fulfill obligations as a producer has under this

Regulation.



section 11 of this regulation, '



Directive 19/EU: European Parliament and Council directive

2012/19/EU of 4 July 2012 on waste

electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE), at the

original wording,



Regulation (EC) No 1013/2006 of the European Parliament and of the Council

Regulation 1013/2006 of the Council of 14 June 2006 on shipments of

waste, in wording under Commission Regulation (EU) no

255/2013, and



Regulation (EC) no 1418/2007: Commission Regulation (EC)

No 1418/2007 of 29 november 2007 concerning the export for

recovery of certain waste listed in annex III or

III to European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no

1013/2006 to certain countries not covered by the

The OECD decision on the control of transboundary movements

of waste, in wording under Commission Regulation (EU) no

519/2013.



section 12 with the waste referred to in this regulation is the same as for 15

Cape. section 1 of the environmental code.



section 13 of this regulation,



electronic waste: electrical equipment covered by this regulation and which

has become waste,



konsumentelavfall: konsumentelutrustning covered by

Regulation and which have become waste,



historical konsumentelavfall: konsumentelutrustning that has

placed on the EU market before 14 August 2005 and

who have become konsumentelavfall, and



historically electronic waste: other electrical equipment than

konsumentelutrustning placed on the Union market

before 14 August 2005 and which have become electronic waste other than

historical konsumentelavfall.



section 14 With reuse under this regulation to take a

action which means that something has not become waste can

be used again to fill the same function as the

originally it was intended for.



section 15 for the purposes of this regulation,



collect: download or receive waste and sort, store

or otherwise manage it downloaded or received

the waste before it is transported to be processed,



collect separately: collect and, in order to facilitate

treatment of the waste collected, complete collection

in such a way that different types of waste are kept separate,

and



collection systems: professional collection of

konsumentelavfall.



section 16 of this regulation,



prepare for recycling: check, clean or

repair any that have become waste so that it can

reused,



Recycle: managing waste in such a way that it

prepared to be reused or benefit

as a substitute for other materials or are prepared to

be used as a substitute for other materials,



Recycle: recycle waste by reprocessing

waste materials into new products, materials or substances

not to be used as fuel or filling material,



disposal: dispose of any waste without

recycle it, or leave it to someone who collects or

carrying it off, and



treat: recycle or dispose of.



section 17 With dangerous substances and mixtures covered by this

Regulation substances or mixtures fulfilling the criteria

for classification as dangerous according to



1. European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no 1272/2008

of 16 december 2008 on classification, labelling and

packaging of substances and mixtures, amending and repealing

by directives 67/548/EEC and 1999/45/EC and amending

Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006 (Reach), in wording as

Commission Regulation (EU) no 758/2013, or



2. the regulations on the classification and labelling of chemicals

products like the Swedish Chemicals Agency has announced.




section 18 With large-scale stationary industrial tools mentioned in this

Regulation machinery, components or other equipment in the

an industrial production facility or a facility

for research or development is permanently installed to

work together, and



1. are dependent on each other to within a certain

field of application work as intended,



2. must be used and maintained by professionals, and



3. must be dismantled by professionals at the place where the

was installed.



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Scope of application



section 19 section 21/new letter U: 2018-08-15

Subject to the provisions of §§ 20 and 21 of this

Regulation of machines that are included in any of the following

categories:



1. large household appliances,



2. small household appliances,



3. it and telecommunications equipment,



4. audio equipment, imaging equipment, and solar panels,



5. lighting equipment,



6. electrical and electronic tools,



7. toys, leisure and sports equipment;



8. medical devices,



9. monitoring and control instruments, or



10. automatic dispensers.



Annex 1 provides a list of machines that are included in the

different categories. The list is not exhaustive.



Light bulbs, lighting fixtures for fluorescent tubes

konsumentelutrustning, large-scale stationary

industrial tools, medical devices is implants

and medical devices that are expected to be contaminated

before they become waste are not included in any of the categories.



the entry into force of section 19 of/in: 2018-08-15

With large scale permanent installation referred to in this

Regulation a electrical equipment that



1. is intended to be used permanently in a building or other

construction on a pre-defined and dedicated

place,



2. composed of different kind of electrical equipment assembled and

installed by professionals,



3. must be dismantled by professionals, and



4. can only be replaced by a corresponding custom

equipment. Regulation (2014:1078).



20 §/expire U:2018-08-15 by Regulation (2014:1078)./

This Regulation shall not apply to arms, ammunition and

military equipment intended to be used for specific

military purposes or other electrical equipment that is necessary

in order to protect the essential security interests of Sweden or

any other EU country.



20 section/entry into force: 2018-08-15

With mobile machinery referred to in this regulation cover a machine

or other electrical equipment that



1. is not intended to be used for the carriage of goods by road,



2. have a built-in source for power generation, and



3. in order to be used need to be mobile, or be in

constant motion or partly be in constant movement between

various fixed workstations. Regulation (2014:1078).



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Scope of application



section 21/expire U:2018-08-15 by Regulation (2014:1078)./

This regulation does not apply to electrical equipment that is

especially made to be part of and is installed as a

part of another electrical equipment which is not covered by this

Regulation, if the installed equipment can only fill

their intended function as part of the second

electrical unit.



section 21/entry into force: 2018-08-15

Subject to the provisions of section 22 of this regulation

electrical equipment of machines that are included in any of the categories



1. temperature control equipment: refrigerators, freezers,

equipment that automatically delivers cold products,

air conditioning, dehumidification equipment,

heat pumps, heating element that contains oil and other

equipment for temperature control where other liquid than water

is used,



2. monitors: monitors, televisions, LCD photo frames,

monitors, notebook computers and other machines which have a

monitor whose surface is larger than 100 square centimetres,



3. light bulbs: straight fluorescent lamps, CFLs, fluorescent light bulbs,

Led lamps, low pressure sodium lamps as well as

high pressure sodium lamps, metal halide lamps and other

high intensity discharge lamps,



4. large electrical equipment: washing machines, dryers,

dishwashers, cooking appliances, electric stoves, electric

hot plates, lighting fixtures, equipment for rendering

of audio and video, music equipment, knitting and weaving machines,

mainframes, large printers, copying equipment,

slot machines, medical devices, surveillance and

control instruments, apparatus that automatically delivers

products and money, solar panels and other equipment,

If



a) equipment external dimensions are such that the lengthwise,

width or depth greater than 50 centimetres, and



b) equipment not covered by categories 1 or 3,



5. small electrical equipment: vacuum cleaners, carpet sweepers, apparatus for

sewing, lighting fixtures, microwave ovens,

ventilation equipment, irons, toasters, electric

knives, kettles, watches, wristwatches, electric shavers,

weighing machines, apparatus for hair and body care, calculators,

radios, video cameras, video recorders,

HiFi-equipment, musical instruments, equipment for rendering

of sound and images, toys, sports equipment, computers

cycling, diving, running, rowing or other sports,

smoke detectors, heating controllers, thermostats, electric and

electronic tools, medical devices,

monitoring and control instruments, appliances

automatically deliver products, equipment with built-in

photovoltaic panels and other equipment, if



a) equipment external dimensions are such that they are not on

the length, width or depth greater than 50 centimetres, and



b) equipment not covered by categories 1, 2, 3 or 6,

or



6. small it and telecommunication equipment: phones,

GPS receiver, calculator, routers, PCs and

printers, if the equipment's exterior dimensions are such that they do not

at length, width or depth exceeding 50 centimeters.

Regulation (2014:1078).



section 21A/entry into force: 2018-08-15

This regulation does not apply



1. light bulbs,



2. arms, munitions and war material intended for

be used for specific military purposes or other

electrical equipment which is necessary to protect the essential

security interests in Sweden or any other EU country,



3. electrical equipment designed to be sent into space,



4. large-scale stationary industrial tools,



5. large-scale permanent installations,



6. means of transport for persons or goods,



7. non-road mobile machinery are intended only for professional

use,



8. electrical equipment that has been designed to be used only for

research and development purposes and which is made only

available for companies,



9. medical devices that are expected to be contaminated

before they become waste,



10. medical devices, in vitro diagnostic devices

or accessories within the meaning of article 1 (2) (b)

and (c) of the European Parliament and Council directive

98/79/EC of 27 October 1998 on medical devices

in vitro diagnostics, in the wording in the Commission's

2011/100/EU, and likely to be contaminated

before they become waste,



11. active implantable medical devices in the

meaning of article 1 (2) (c) of Council Directive 90/385/EEC

of 20 June 1990 on the approximation of the laws of the Member States '

relating to active implantable medical devices

implantation, in wording pursuant to European Parliament and Council

Directive 2007/47/EC,



12. pipe organs installed in churches, or



13. electrical equipment that is specifically made to be included in the

and is installed as part of another electrical equipment that

not covered by this regulation, if the installed

the equipment can complete their intended function only as part

of the other power equipment.



Electrical equipment forming part of a large scale permanent installation

eligible for the derogation provided for in the first paragraph 5 only if

power equipment is especially made to be included in and

installed as part of Setup.



In the case of electric two-wheeled vehicles, the exemption in

first paragraph 6 only type approved vehicles.

Regulation (2014:1078).



section 22 of the Other rules on producer responsibility

see Ordinance (2000:208) on producer responsibility for

light bulbs and some lighting fixtures, regulation

(2007:185) on producer responsibility for vehicles and regulation

(2008:834) on producer responsibility for batteries.



section 23 of the regulations on hazardous substances in electrical equipment and if

management of electrical equipment can also be found in the regulation

(2012:861) on hazardous substances in electrical and electronic

equipment.



Recycling targets



section 24 the provisions of §§ 25-28 set targets for recovery. For

to calculate if the recycling targets are reached, the number that represents

the amount of electronic waste as in a calendar year is received by

someone to be recycled, recyclable or be prepared

for reuse is divided by the number of

the amount of electronic waste that during the same calendar year is collected

separately. The calculation may include only waste that has

treated according to regulations that have been issued with the support of

section 27 of the regulation on waste (2011:927) or 47 § 9 regulation

(1998:899) concerning environmentally hazardous activities and health protection. The numbers

to be expressed in weight.



In computing, electronic waste that has been transported to a

non-EU country is considered recycled only if it is in accordance with

requirements of Regulation (EC) No 1013/2006 and Regulation (EC) no

1418/2007 have demonstrated that waste has been treated during the

terms corresponding to the requirements of Directive 19/EU.

Regulation (2015:28).



section 25/expire U:2018-08-15 by Regulation (2014:1078)./

The goal of electronic waste that consists of electrical equipment included

in category 1 or 10 is that the waste collected

separate



1. before 15 August 2015, at least 80% recycled


and at least 75% shall be prepared for re-use or

recycled, and



2. from 15 August to 85 percent recycled

and a minimum of 80% shall be prepared for re-use or

recycled.



section 25/entry into force: 2018-08-15

The goal of electronic waste that consists of electrical equipment included

in category 1 or 4 is that of waste collected

separately, at least 85 percent recovered. At least 80%,

prepared for reuse or recycled.

Regulation (2014:1078).



section 26/expire U:2018-08-15 by Regulation (2014:1078)./

The goal of waste electrical equipment included in

category 3 or 4 is that of the waste collected separately



1. before 15 August 2015, at least 75 percent recycled

and at least 65% shall be prepared for re-use or

recycled, and



2. with effect from August 15, 2015, at least 80 percent

recycled and at least 70% shall be prepared for re-use

or recycled.



26 section/entry into force: 2018-08-15

The goal of electronic waste that consists of electrical equipment included

in category 2 is that of the waste are collected separately,

at least 80% recycled. At least 70% shall be prepared

for reuse or recycled.

Regulation (2014:1078).



section 27/expire U:2018-08-15 by Regulation (2014:1078)./

The goal of waste electrical equipment included in

category 2, 5, 6, 7, 8 or 9 of the waste

collected separately



1. before 15 August 2015, at least 70% recycled

and at least 50% shall be prepared for re-use or

recycled, and



2. with effect from August 15, 2015, at least 75 per cent

recycled and at least 55% shall be prepared for re-use

or recycled.



section 27/entry into force: 2018-08-15

The goal of electronic waste that consists of electrical equipment included

in category 5 or 6 is that of waste collected

separately, at least 75 percent recycled. At least 55%

prepared for reuse or recycled.

Regulation (2014:1078).



section 28/expire U:2018-08-15 by Regulation (2014:1078)./

The objective of the waste gas discharge lamps and

collected separately is that at least 80%,

recycled.



28 section/entry into force: 2018-08-15

The goal of electronic waste that consists of electrical equipment included

in category 3 is that of the waste are collected separately,

at least 80% recycled. Regulation (2014:1078).



Agents in another EU country



section 29 of A producer pursuant to section 9, first subparagraph 4 which is

established in Sweden, the country to which power equipment

comes, appoint an agent who shall carry out the responsibilities for

power equipment producer, according to the national

provisions transposing Directive 19/EU in that country.



Producer representative in Sweden



section 30 of The who is not established in Sweden but is established in

another EU country and in accordance with the provisions implementing the

Directive 19/EU in the country to carry out such

producer responsibility referred to in the directive may appoint a

producer representative here.



section 31, If a producer representative has been appointed pursuant to section 30, shall

representative in terms of the electrical equipment covered by

Representative's notification under section 33 instead of the producer

obligations in the 39-43, 62, 63, 66 and 67 § §.



Notice of available disclosure



32 § The who, as the producer intends to make a

electrical equipment of machines available on the Swedish market shall notify

This environmental protection agency.



33 § One producer representative appointed pursuant to section 30 of the

shall, prior to the representative's principal makes an electrical equipment

available on the Swedish market, notify the

The environmental protection agency.



§ 34 a notification pursuant to § 32 or 33 shall contain



1. the producer's or representative's name,

contact details and personal or corporate identity number and,

If there is a notification according to § 33, principal's name,

contact details and European tax identification number,



2. indication of whether the electrical unit is

konsumentelutrustning,



3. indicating the category to which the electrical unit is included in,



4. the elutrustningens brand,



5. an indication of the power equipment will be made available

on the Swedish market, and



6. indication of the producer or manufacturer representative

to fulfil the obligations arising out of the 39-43, 62, 63, 66

and 67 §§.



The notification shall certify that the information is correct.



35 § A producer or a producer's representative who has

made a notification in accordance with section 32 or 33 shall inform

The environmental protection agency if there are changes in the

data submitted under section 34 and the changes have

importance of the order.



36 § Naturvårdsverket,



1. ensure that it is possible to make a notification under 32

or section 33, via the internet, and



2. on their site to link to the websites of other

EU countries where the producers and agents under section 29 may notify

or get information about how they can register.



Producer responsibility for the design of electrical equipment



37 §/expires U: 2015-10-13/

A producer that manufactures electrical equipment containing

such batteries covered by the Regulation (2008:834) if

producer responsibility for batteries, ensure that the electrical unit

be designed in such a way that the batteries can easily be

removed so that reuse and recycling should be promoted.



The first subparagraph shall not apply to electrical equipment that due

security, performance, data integrity, or medical

need a continuous power supply and this

assumes a fast link between the battery and any of the

other equipment parts.



the entry into force of § 37/in: 2015-10-13/

A producer that manufactures electrical equipment

containing such batteries covered by the regulation

(2008:834) on producer responsibility for batteries, be sure to

power equipment designed in such a way that the batteries

can easily be removed by users or by the equipment a

personnel who are independent of the manufacturer.



The first subparagraph shall not apply to electrical equipment that due

security, performance, data integrity, or medical

need a continuous power supply and this

assumes a fast link between the battery and any of the

other equipment parts. Regulation (2015:563).



§ 38 A producer shall ensure that electrical equipment will be done

available on the Swedish market are manufactured and designed

in such a way that reuse and recycling

promoted.



The first paragraph does not apply if a particular design or

the manufacturing process has crucial advantages with regard to

human health and the environment, safety requirements or other

into account.



Producer responsibility for marking of electrical equipment



39 §/expires U: 2018-08-15

A producer shall ensure that the electrical system is noticed

with



1. the symbol shown in annex II to this regulation,

and



2. information that shows that the electrical system has been placed on

Union market after 13 August 2005.



If required due to size or elutrustningens

function, the symbol referred to in the first subparagraph 1 in

rather than be on the elutrustningens Pack, in

instruction manual and warranty.



39 section/entry into force: 2018-08-15

A producer shall ensure that the electrical system is noticed

with



1. the symbol shown in the annex to this regulation,

and



2. information that shows that the electrical system has been placed

on the Union market after 13 August 2005.



If required due to size or elutrustningens

function, the symbol referred to in the first subparagraph 1 in

rather than be on the elutrustningens Pack, in

instruction manual and warranty. Regulation (2014:1078).



Producer responsibility when konsumentelutrustning is made available



40 § When a producer or producer agent

head to make konsumentelutrustning available on the Swedish

the market the producer shall ensure that any authorized

to operate a collection system has committed itself to take care of



1. the equipment when it becomes waste, and



2. a share of historical konsumentelavfall that arise in

Sweden and corresponds to the producer's or principal's share

of the market in konsumentelutrustning in Sweden.



Producer responsibility in other electrical equipment is made available



41 § in the case of electrical equipment that is not

konsumentelutrustning and as a producer or a

the head producer representative has made available on the

Swedish market to the manufacturer, when the equipment becomes

electronic waste, the waste from those who want to give up

it to the producer.



The producer must be prepared to receive elavfallet on

sites with a geographic distribution that is reasonable taking into account

to elutrustningens life expectancy, use and

circumstances of the case.



Unless otherwise agreed, the producer shall receive the waste

without requesting any compensation and bear the costs

the management of elavfallet afterwards.



42 § in the case of electrical equipment that is not

konsumentelutrustning and as a producer or a

the head producer representative provides,

the producer, if the supplied electrical unit replaces

the electrical equipment of the same type or with the corresponding function

as that become waste in connection with

the provision, to receive waste from those who want to leave

it.



The producer will receive the elavfallet where the new equipment

is provided.



Unless otherwise agreed, the producer shall receive the waste

without requesting any compensation and bear the costs


the management of elavfallet afterwards.



43 § the recipient of electronic waste under section 41 or 42,



1. give good service to anyone who leaves out the waste;



2. facilitate the leaves emit waste to

sort it out from other waste,



3. promote waste can be prepared to be reused,



4. ensure that the waste is collected in such a way that

the handling of the waste are not exposed to health or

security risks, and



5. ensure that the waste is treated at a health and

environmentally sound manner.



44 § When the machines are electronic waste, all components,

all supplies and all other parts

electrical unit which consists of covered by the producer's

obligations under sections 40 to 42.



Collection systems



45 § authorisation to drive a

collection system.

Permission is not required for



1. a municipality's collection of electronic waste in the municipality, or



2. the receiving of electronic waste in accordance with section 57 or 58.



46 section A collection system that requires a licence pursuant to § 45

shall be appropriate and nationwide.



For a system to be considered appropriate,



1. in the system include



a) easily accessible collection points where those who want to leave

well konsumentelavfall can do so free and easy,



(b)) a service which means that konsumentelavfall that has

received pursuant to § 57 or 58 to be downloaded for free at

the reception point or at a location that the who has taken

against the waste and the operator have agreed

If, and



c) a service which means that konsumentelavfall by the municipality

have collected and would leave the system available for free download at

at least one of the sites for the disposal of waste or

in a place that the municipality and the operator has

agreed,



2. the operator of the system to ensure that the collection is not done

in such a way that the preparation for reuse or

recycling is made difficult,



3. the operator of the system to ensure that the electronic waste that

collected are treated in a health-and environmentally sound

way,



4. the activities conducted to effectively contribute to the

reach targets for recovery in this regulation,



5. There may be a reassuring security equal to

the cost to collect and process such electronic waste as

the system will take care of as such a commitment as referred to

in 40 § 1,



6. in the system be procedures to pay back

fees or practices that otherwise takes into account that

electrical equipment of machines that the system will take care of in accordance with such

commitment referred to in § 1 not made available or

used on the Swedish market,



7. the operator of the system interact with others who have

permission to operate collection system on how the costs of the

electronic waste collected shall be distributed,



8. in the system be procedures to allocate costs

for the handling of historical konsumentelavfall

proportionally between collection systems that have the condition when

the respective costs occur,



9. the operator give producers the opportunity to

meet the requirement in section 40 by allowing the electrical equipment covered

of the system without conditions that discriminate against any producer,

and



10. the rest of the system operated in the health-and environmentally

acceptable way.



In order to be considered nationwide system should mean that there

There are collection points in each municipality with a geographical

spread within the municipality that are reasonable in the light of

population density and other factors.



47 § when assessing if a collection system is appropriate and

nationwide, consideration should be given to the who arrived at

consultation with the municipality pursuant to §§ 49 and 69.



48 § A collection system does not need to receive

konsumentelavfall that because of the contamination poses a

health or safety risk to the expected deal

the waste at the receiving point.



Preparatory consultation on collection systems



section 49 The wishing to operate a collection system, before

the applicant for an authorisation pursuant to § 45 consult

municipalities and in the consultation



1. a detailed statement of how the system should be organised and

operated,



2. a detailed statement of how the system should be coordinated with

other collection systems and municipal

waste management obligation,



3. give an account of the dispenser, licences and permits available

or to search for activities, and



4. explore opportunities municipalities have to facilitate

the construction of the system by assigning locations for

collection or take other measures.



The local authority should be given the opportunity to comment on

the statement referred to in the first subparagraph 1 – 3.



section 50 of The intending to operate a collection system, before

the applicant for an authorisation pursuant to § 45 consult other

authorised to drive the collection systems and in the

consultation to examine the possibilities of coordinating the system with

the rest of the system.



Examination of an application for a licence to operate a

collection systems



§ 51 questions about authorization pursuant to § 45 be tested by

The environmental protection agency.



52 § application for authorization must be in writing and must contain the

data



1. the applicant's name, contact details and personal or

registration number or, if one does not exist, the applicant's

national or European tax identification number,



2. about how the collection system should be designed and operated,



3. about how by collateral shall be held for the costs

associated with collecting and treating the electronic waste

as the system will take care of as such a commitment that

referred to in section 40 of 1,



4. what has emerged during consultations under section 49, and



5. otherwise required for a determination of whether the system is

appropriate and nationwide according to § 46.



§ 53 A permit under section 45 may be given only to those who

has



1. human, technical, organizational and economic

ability to operate a collection system which meets the

the requirements of paragraph 46,



2. signed an agreement with a producer or manufacturer representative

If that konsumentelutrustning make such a commitment

referred to in section 40, and



3. consultation with municipalities under section 49.



section 54 a condition should be reconciled with the conditions necessary for

that activity during the whole period of authorisation shall comply with

the requirements of section 46.



55 § environmental protection agency will inform the public about who

has permission to operate a collection system in accordance with section 45.



Operation of a collection system



56 § the operator of a collection system shall



1. continuously ensure that the system meets the requirements of

paragraph 46,



2. inform the environmental protection agency if such

changes to how the system is organized or operated as can

affect the assessment of the system's suitability and

cover,



3. inform the environmental protection agency about what comes up

at the consultation under section 69;



4. by 31 March each year, leaving the task to

The environmental protection agency with which producers and

producer representatives as agreement on such a commitment to take

care of the electrical equipment referred to in section 40 has been concluded,



5. by 31 March each year at the latest, send information to

The environmental protection agency about the variety of konsumentelavfall who, during the

preceding calendar year have been collected, and



(a)) the volume of the collected waste is provided

to be treated in Sweden,



(b)) the volume of the collected waste that has

transported to another country, and



c) in the case of waste which has been transported to a country

outside the EU, the amount of which in the other country have

treated under conditions that are equivalent to the requirements in

Regulations (EC) No 1013/2006 and (EC) no 1418/2007,



6. provide information to the City Council that it needs to

comply with the requirements of section 68.



Details of the quantities referred to in the first subparagraph 5 shall be

its weight and specified in the categories of equipment

According to section 19 of that waste is composed of and how much has

prepared to be reused, how much has

recycled, how much has been recovered in any other

way and how much is disposed.



Special reception of konsumentelavfall



57 § The professional sell or donate new

konsumentelutrustning to a user, in connection with

making available, free to receive an equivalent amount of

konsumentelavfall from user, if the waste is made up of

electrical equipment of machines of the same type or with the corresponding function

the new equipment.



58 § it as in a retail local professional selling or

donate equipment to users will be free to receive

konsumentelavfall in the store or in its immediate vicinity,

If



1. the parts of the store intended for the sale of

electrical equipment is 400 square metres or greater,

and



2. the overall dimensions are such that it neither on the length,

width or depth greater than 25 cm.



the provisions of § 59 57 and 58 sections do not apply waste on

because of the contamination poses a health or safety risk

for those who are expected to handle the waste at the

the receiving point.



60 § whoever receives your electronic waste in accordance with section 57 or 58,

leave the waste to an authorized collection scheme

According to § 45.



61 § The selling or donates konsumentelutrustning to

a user under section 57 or 58 shall inform the user about the

the ability to submit electronic waste to the seller. Information

shall be provided at the time of transfer or through clear

information in the store.



Producer responsibility for reporting



62 § A producer shall by 31 March each year report

to the environmental protection agency the amount of electrical equipment producer

or producer representative's principal has made available


on the Swedish market during the preceding

the calendar year. Reporting must be specified on the same

as a notification under section 34. The amount of electrical equipment should

in weight.



63 § in the case of other electronic waste than konsumentelavfall to be an

manufacturer to ensure that the environmental protection agency by 31 March

each year, data corresponding to those referred to in paragraph 56

paragraph 5 must be submitted to konsumentelavfall.



Compilation of information on producers and

waste management



64 § the Swedish environmental protection agency, in a register compiling the

information submitted pursuant to paragraphs 32 and 33.



65 section environmental protection agency shall annually compile a registry

information about



1. the amount of electrical equipment that have been placed on the Swedish

market,



2. the quantity of electronic waste collected in Sweden,



3. the quantity of electronic waste that has been transported to another

country to be treated,



4. the quantity of electronic waste that has been submitted for recycling,



5. the quantity of electronic waste which in Sweden has been prepared for

reuse, recycled or recovered on

otherwise.



If the information referred to in the first subparagraph 1 – 4 are missing,

The environmental protection agency found the data of documented

assessments. In the statement, the environmental protection agency set

the data is based on such assessments.



Producer responsibility for provision of information



section 66 a producer places a new breed of machines on

the European Union must ensure that information is available

about which components and which material is included in the

the equipment and the equipment was in that there may be

hazardous substances and mixtures. The manufacturer shall also make

other information available as needed to waste shall

be processed in an environmentally and health acceptable

way.



The information shall at the latest one year after the equipment is

on the market is made available free of charge for the

dealing with electronic waste. The information shall be made available in

form of manuals or by means of electronic media.



67 § A producer shall ensure that other than private households,

information about



1. the duty to sort out the electronic waste and handle it

separately from other waste contained in waste regulations

(2011:927),



2. the purpose of managing the electronic waste separately from other wastes,

and



3. how electronic waste can be left to the manufacturer or to a

collection system.



The information should be designed and provided in such a way that

It is easy to understand and reach the likely will leave

electronic waste to a producer or to a collection system.



67 a of/comes into force: 2015-10-13/

A producer that manufactures such equipment as

includes batteries and are subject to the requirement in paragraph 37 should look

the electrical unit is followed by an instruction manual that shows

What type of battery electrical system contains and how

It can be removed safely. Regulation (2015:563).



The municipality's responsibility to inform



68 section the municipality shall provide information to private households if



1. the content of the label referred to in section 39,



2. the importance of handling electrical equipment and electric waste in a

with regard to the effects on human health

and the environment as dangerous substances and mixtures in electrical equipment

can give rise to,



3. the purpose of managing the electronic waste separately from other wastes,



4. the duty to sort out the electronic waste and manage it separately

from other waste according to the waste regulations (2011:927),



5. available collection systems, and



6. how private households can contribute to more

konsumentelutrustning is recycled and more konsumentelavfall

are recycled.



The municipality shall give the operator a collection system opportunity

to provide feedback on the design.



Consultation



69 § the operator of a collection system should, if necessary,

or if a municipality requests it, consult with the municipality of



1. how the system is organized and operated,



2. how the system is coordinated with other collection systems and

municipal waste management obligation, and



3. other significant matters relating to the system.



70 § the operator of a collection system should, if necessary,

consult with others who are licensed to drive

collection system on how the systems can be coordinated.



Reporting and exchange of information



71 § environmental protection agency shall report to the European

Commission in accordance with article 16(5) of Directive

2012/19/EU.



72 section environmental protection agency shall fulfil the obligations in respect of

cooperation and the exchange of information under article 18

in 2012/19/EU.



Revocation of authorization



73 section environmental protection agency may revoke the authorization if

collection system does not meet the requirements of this

Regulation.



The authorisation may not be revoked if the deficiencies

only has minor importance.



Supervision



§ 74 provisions on supervision, see chapter 26. the environmental code and

in the environmental protection Decree (2011:13). Provisions on the

operational supervisory responsibilities associated with this regulation

see chapter 26. the third subparagraph of paragraph 3 of the Swedish environmental code and in Chapter 2.

4, 24, 29 and 30 § § environmental protection regulation.



Fees



section 75 of the Regulation (1998:940) if the fees for the examination and

supervision under the Environment Act contains provisions on fees.



Sanctions



76 section to a fine person who wilfully or negligently:

does not fulfil its obligations to



1. make sure the electrical system is noticed as follows

by section 39,



2. take care of electronic waste in accordance with § § 40, 41

subparagraph and paragraph 42, and



3. provide information pursuant to section 66.



Those who have violated a penalty payment mechanism or a

injunction in accordance with chapter 26. Environment Act must not be sentenced to

punishment under this regulation for acts covered by the

the injunction or prohibition.



To liability under this Regulation shall be liable if the Act is not

subject to penalty according to chapter 29. the environmental code.



77 § miljösanktions Provisions on fees, see

Regulation (2012:259) on miljösanktions charges.



Appeal



78 § provision for appeal, see Chapter 19. paragraph 1 of the third

subparagraph environmental code.



Authorization



79 section environmental protection agency may provide for

the enforcement of this regulation.



Transitional provisions



2014:1075



1. this Regulation shall enter into force on 15 October 2014.



2. the provisions of 40 and 57 – 61 § § apply for the first time in

question about konsumentelutrustning that is made available on the

Swedish market from the end of June 2015.



3. the provisions of 45-47, 49-61, 70 and 73 sections apply

first time in terms of the collection systems referred to

operated from the end of March 2015.



4. The regulation repeals Regulation (2005:209) if

producer responsibility for electric and electronic products.



5. the provisions of 12-18, 23-25 and 30 § § and in section 31 of the first

paragraph 2 and 3 and the second and third paragraphs of the repealed

the regulation, however, still for electrical equipment that

made available on the market before the end of september

2015.



Annex 1/expire U:2018-08-15 by Regulation (2014:1078)./



1. Large household appliances



Big equipment manufactured to be used for



– cooking or other processing of food,



– heating, cooling, heat retention, preservation or

other food storage,



– opening or sealing containers or packages,



– cleaning, washing, drying, cleaning, or other

cleaning,



– heating of rooms, beds, seating furniture or equivalent,



– fläktning, ventilation or air conditioning,



-ironing, mangling or other care of clothing or

textiles,



-pumping of air or liquid, or



– maintenance, care or other handling equipment referred to

in the eight previous indents



2. Small household appliances



Small equipment manufactured to be used for



– cooking or other processing of food,



– heating, cooling, heat retention, preservation or

other food storage,



– opening or sealing containers or packages,



– cleaning, washing, drying, cleaning, or other

cleaning,



– fläktning, ventilation or air conditioning,



-ironing, mangling or other care of clothing or

textiles,



-sewing, knitting, weaving or other processing of

textile or other equivalent material;



– hair cutting, hair drying, tooth brushing, massage or

other body care,



-pumping of air or liquid,



– measurement, accounting or the reproduction of the time,



– weighing, or



– maintenance, care or other handling equipment referred to

in the 11 previous indents.



3. It and telecommunications equipment



Electrical equipment manufactured to collect, store,

process, present or communicate information

(it equipment), or to be used in

Office operations. With Office operations "means operations that

normally carried out at the Office, no matter where business takes place.

The category also includes electrical equipment manufactured to

normally used to transmit audio via telecommunications,

image or other information (telecom equipment).



This category contains such it equipment and office equipment

normally used for



– words, text, number, picture, or sound treatment or

the processing of information,



– storage or transmission of information,



– the preparation or presentation of text or image,



-copying,



-stapling, hole punching, folding, enveloping, gumming,

cutting, slicing, shredding or other processing of

paper or equivalent,




– measuring, weighing, counting, sorting, marking, or

postage, or



-maintenance or any other treatment of office supplies.



This category contains telecom equipment normally used for

to



-send and receive audio, video, or other information

transferred via a telecommunications network (e.g. phones,

fax machines and voice mail),



– within a telecommunications network to transmit sound, image or

other information (e.g., telephone exchanges), or



– connected to a telecommunications network to call on

attention to sound, image or other information

transmitted via the Internet (e.g., electrical equipment for audio

or light enhancing ringtones).



4. Audio and visual equipment and photovoltaic panels



Electrical equipment manufactured to normally used to

take up or reproducing sound or images that are not

telecom equipment in accordance with this annex. With sound or image

also includes the signals or other technology whereby audio

or image is conveyed.



This category contains television, audio and video equipment as well as

musical instruments that are normally used for



-sending, receiving, decoding or amplification of sound

or video signals transmitted by radio or television,



– collecting, recording, storing, playback or

reproduction of sound or images,



– reinforcement of the sound or picture, or



-mixing or creation of sound or image.



This category contains live electrical equipment manufactured for

manufacture of photographic image or as an aid in

manufacture of photographic image.



This category contains solar cell panels.



5. Lighting equipment



Electrical equipment manufactured for normal use



– as the light source,



– for distribution or control of light, or



– as means of spreading or controlling light.



6. Electrical and electronic tools



Electrical equipment manufactured to be used for



-Turning, milling, sanding, grinding, sawing, cutting,

planing, cutting, shearing, drilling, making holes,

punching, folding, bending or similar processing

of wood, metal or other material,



-riveting, nailing, screwing or removing rivets,

nails, screws, or any other similar use;



– welding, soldering or similar use;



-spraying, spreading, dispersing or other treatment of

liquid or gaseous substances,



-lawn mowing or other gardening,



– sewing, or



– maintenance, care, handling of electrical equipment that

referred to in the six preceding indents.



7. Toys, leisure and sports equipment



Electrical equipment manufactured to be used for

games, game, recreation or sports.



8. Medical devices



With medical devices provided for such products and

Accessories referred to in article 1 (2) (a) or (b) of Council directive

93/42/EEC of 14 June 1993 concerning medical devices, in

the wording according to European Parliament and Council directive

2007/47/EC, and which is electrical equipment.



This category contains live electrical equipment manufactured to

normally used to in humans or animals



-detect, prevent, investigate, monitor, treat or

relieve a disease,



-detect, prevent, investigate, monitor, treat, relieve

or compensate for an injury or disability,

or



– check your fertility.



The category also includes freezers and laboratory equipment

in vitro diagnostics.



9. Monitoring and control instruments



Electrical equipment manufactured to be used for



– to warn, measuring or regulating heating,



– to warn against or measure the smoke,



– measuring, weighing or adjusting household or

laboratory equipment, or



– monitoring or control in industrial plants.



10. Automatic dispensers



Machines and other electrical equipment manufactured for

withdrawal of funds or to automatically deliver the goods.



Annex 2/new letter, the annex shall enter into force on: 2018-08-15



The symbol for electrical equipment to be collected separately consists of

a crossed-out wheeled bin. The symbol shall be printed on a

visibly, legibly and indelibly.



/Symbolen is not here/

Regulation (2014:1078).