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Collection & Recycling Arrangements for Revvity Customers in Luxembourg

The WEEE Directive was transposed (together with the RoHS Directive) on 18 January 2005; this was amended in December 2005 and July 2008. The WEEE Recast Directive was transposed on the 5 August 2013 by a Grand-Ducal Regulation on WEEE. This Regulation transposes retailers’ and distributors’ take-back obligations as suggested by the Recast Directive.

In June 2022 the Law on WEEE (A266) was published which is replacing the 2013 WEEE Regulations.

Registration with the collective scheme Ecotrel is available at, there are no registration fees.

For small shipments (up to 30 kg) to the recycler via logistics provider of your own choice:

For WEEE collection/transport (this will always involve a separate quote for transport/collection costs) of larger WEEE loads:

You must fill all requested fields and REFERENCE NUMBER will be assigned to your collection request.

Please keep your reference number – it can be needed for track your WEEE collection.

Any equipment likely to be contaminated MUST be certified as clean and free from contamination by following the recommended decontamination procedure prior to collection.