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WEEE Widely Implemented for Legal E-Bike Sales

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BRUSSELS, Belgium – 17 of the 28 EU member states have now completely implemented the WEEE 2 directive. WEEE is aimed at improving the collection and recycling on waste of electrical and electronic equipment and is with growing e-bike sales of great importance to the bike sector in Europe. Without complying with WEEE legal e-bike sale is not possible.

WEEE Widely Implemented for Legal E-Bike Sales
WEEE is aimed at improving the collection and recycling on waste of electrical and electronic equipment and is with growing e-bike sales of great importance to the bike sector in Europe. – Photo Bike Europe

Next to the 17 member states that implemented WEEE most of the other states already took measures to implement the directive. Thus, legal sales in a large part of the most important European markets are only possible if manufacturers, exporters and dealers are registered according to WEEE. www.take-e-way.com offers services for legally compliant sales to Europe-wide selling companies.

Compliant countries

The following countries completely implemented WEEE 2: Austria, Bulgaria, Denmark, Croatia, Estonia, Finland, Great Britain, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Portugal and Slovakia. The current implementation status of WEEE 2 can be watched over on the website of take-e-way.

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www.take-e-way supports all manufacturers, exporters and dealers in selling e-bikes and other electronic devices in all 28 EU countries in 7 languages: English, Spanish, French, Italian, Dutch, Polish and German. More at www.take-e-way.com

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