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Regulation on waste electrical and electronic equipment.

Country/Territory
Slovenia
Document type
Regulation
Date
2004
Source
FAO, FAOLEX
Subject
Waste & hazardous substances
Keyword
Solid waste Hazardous substances Recycling/reuse Hazardous waste Waste management Waste prevention
Geographical area
Europe, European Union Countries, Southern Europe
Entry into force notes
This Regulation entered into force on 19 November 2004.
Abstract

This Regulation of the Government of the Republic of Slovenia, which is composed of 36 articles, establishes, in accordance with the legislation of the European Community, provisions concerning functioning of public service dealing with collective return of waste electrical and electronic equipment, reuse, recycling and other forms of recovery of such wastes. The Regulation is divided into the following Sections: General provisions (Sec. 1); Organizational arrangements for the implementation of

Full text
Slovenian
Website
www.pisrs.si

References - Legislation

Implements

Environmental Protection Act.

Legislation | Slovenia | 2004 (2006)

Keyword: Air quality/air pollution, Emissions, Disasters, Ecosystem preservation, Offences/penalties, Registration, Pollution control, EIA, Early warning system/emergency intervention system, Access-to-information, Protection of habitats, Transboundary movement of waste, Waste prevention, Authorization/permit, Transport/storage

Source: FAO, FAOLEX

Directive 2002/96/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council on waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE).

Legislation | European Union | 2003 | Repealed

Keyword: Solid waste, Hazardous substances, Recycling/reuse, Hazardous waste, Waste management, Waste prevention

Source: FAO, FAOLEX

Repealed by

Regulation on the management of waste electrical and electronic equipment.

Legislation | Slovenia | 2006

Keyword: Solid waste, Hazardous substances, Recycling/reuse, Hazardous waste, Waste management, Waste prevention

Source: FAO, FAOLEX