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1. What is waste equipment?

In accordance with the applicable Act of 11 September 2015 on waste electrical and electronic equipment (Journal of Laws of 2015, item 1688, as amended) by

waste equipment - means equipment constituting waste within the meaning of art. 3 clause 1 point 6 of the Act of 14 December 2012 on waste, including all components, sub-assemblies and consumables forming part of the equipment at the time of disposal;

waste equipment from households - it means waste equipment from households and waste equipment from sources other than households, which due to the nature and quantity is similar to waste equipment from households; waste equipment from households is considered to be waste from equipment that is likely to be used by both households and non-household users.
The requirements of the Act apply only to devices whose correct operation depends on the supply of electric current or the presence of electromagnetic fields, as well as devices that can be used for the production, transmission or measurement of electric current or electromagnetic fields, which are designed for use at an electric voltage not exceeding 1000 V for alternating current and 1500 V for direct current;
These devices are assigned to the groups specified in Annex 1 to the Act:
1. Equipment operating on the basis of temperature exchange
2. Screens, monitors and equipment containing screens of more than 100 cm2
3. Lamps
4. Large equipment with any external dimensions exceeding 50 cm, in particular: household appliances, IT and telecommunications equipment, consumer equipment, lighting fittings, sound or image reproduction equipment, music equipment, electrical and electronic tools, toys, equipment recreational and sporting goods, medical devices, instruments used for monitoring and control, dispensing machines, equipment for generating electric currents. This group does not include equipment included in groups of equipment Nos. 1-3.
5. Small equipment, whose external dimensions do not exceed 50 cm, in particular: household appliances, consumer equipment, lighting fittings, sound or image reproduction equipment, music equipment, electric and electronic tools, toys, leisure and sports equipment, medical devices, instruments used for monitoring and control, dispensing machines, equipment for generating electric currents. This group does not include equipment included in groups of equipment Nos. 1-3 and 6.
6. Small IT and telecommunications equipment with none of the external dimensions exceeding 50 cm.

2. Who is the introducer?

An entrepreneur who:
manufactures and markets equipment under its own designation
places equipment on the market under its own designation manufactured by another entrepreneur
imports equipment - except for the entrepreneur who only provides financing in accordance with the conditions set out in the financing contract
is considered to be a hardware introducer.
(art. 4, WEEE Act, point 11)
Placing equipment on the market - paid or unpaid equipment for the first time on the territory of a Member State of the European Union or a Member State of the European Free Trade Agreement (EFTA) - parties to the agreement on the European Economic Area for use or distribution (Article 4, Act on WEEE , item 20).
The introduction of equipment for trading on the territory of the country takes place on:
release of equipment from a warehouse or transfer to a third party - in the case of equipment manufactured within the territory of the country;
issuing an invoice confirming intra-Community acquisition;
Import equipment, point 21)

3. Who is the collector?

The term collecting waste electrical and electronic equipment is understood as an entity conducting business activity in the scope of collecting waste equipment that has a waste management decision authorizing the collection of waste equipment (Article 4, point 23 of the WEEE Act).
The new WEEE Act no longer defines in detail the entities authorized to collect waste equipment, and the entire procedure for obtaining permission to collect or process waste is specified in the Waste Act. WEEE regulations only mention the obligations of stores and service points regarding the collection of used equipment in this regard. This is supplemented by the aforementioned Act on waste, according to which an entity conducting activities other than economic activity in the field of waste management, collecting waste in shops, schools or educational establishments does not need a permit to collect waste.
The WEEE Act also prohibits the collection of incomplete waste equipment. The exceptions are distributors, processing plants and recipients of municipal waste and points for selective municipal waste collection (PSZOK).

4. What should the equipment user know?

The holder of waste equipment from households is obliged to pass it on to the waste equipment collector or the entity authorized to collect waste equipment referred to in art. 45 item 1 point 1 of the Act of 14 December 2012 on waste (Article 36 of the Act on WEEE)
Art. 34. It is forbidden to place used equipment together with other waste
Art. 95. Who, contrary to the prohibition set out in art. 34 places used equipment together with other waste, is subject to a fine
The Act on WEEE from 2015 obliges large stores, with an area intended for the sale of electrical and electronic equipment exceeding 400 sq m, to take back free-of-small used equipment from households free of charge (none of its external dimensions may exceed 25 cm), without having to purchase of a new device. According to old regulations, a free return of a used device was only possible when purchasing a new device.
The Act stipulates that the distributor, by providing the buyer with equipment intended for households, will be obliged to take back free used equipment from households at the place of delivery of that equipment, provided that the used equipment is of the same type and performed the same functions as the supplied equipment. So when buying a fridge with delivery to your home, the seller will be obliged to collect the old fridge from the customer free of charge.

5. What is the product fee?

The basis for calculating the product fee is the weight in kilograms of waste equipment.
The due product charge is calculated as the product of the product charge rate and the difference between the required and achieved level of collection, recovery or recycling of used equipment, respectively. The amount of waste equipment collected, recovered or recycled is assumed on the basis of entries in the records.
Detailed product fee rates are given in the Regulation of the Minister of the Environment of June 14, 2018 regarding detailed product fee rates for equipment groups
The obligation to calculate the due product fee arises at the end of the calendar year.
The product fee due shall be paid into a separate bank account of the competent marshal office by March 15 of the calendar year following the year to which the fee relates.
If the product fee for a given group of equipment does not exceed PLN 50, the product fee shall not be paid.

6. What is a processing plant?

Pursuant to point 22 of Article 4 of the Act on WEEE, a processing plant is understood as an installation, building or part of it, in which the dismantling of waste equipment is carried out and preparation for reuse of waste equipment or waste generated after the dismantling of waste equipment, which have a decision in waste management permitting the processing of used equipment;
Places where used equipment is stored prior to processing are equipped with:
1) impermeable substrates in the appropriate area together with devices for liquidation of leaks and, if applicable, clarifiers and oil separators;
2) roofing to prevent atmospheric agents in relevant areas;
3) security preventing access by unauthorized persons.
(Article 50 of the Act)

The processing plant is equipped with:
1) a verified weighing device for determining the weight of accepted waste equipment and the mass of waste generated from waste equipment, enabling the execution of a collective, electronic printout of all weighing performed separately for waste equipment and separately for waste generated from waste equipment;
2) a warehouse for waste from waste equipment prepared for reuse;
3) containers for storing batteries and accumulators, condensers containing PCBs and other hazardous waste, including radioactive waste;
4) impermeable substrates in the appropriate area together with devices for liquidation of leaks and, if applicable, clarifiers and oil separators;
5) water purification devices that comply with health and environmental protection regulations, in particular water law provisions;
6) installations enabling the processing of waste equipment generated from individual groups of equipment processed in a given processing plant;
7) installations enabling the elimination of substances that deplete the ozone layer or fluorinated greenhouse gases with a global warming potential (GWP) above 15, including gases in foams and refrigeration circuits by their proper recovery and their proper cleaning or destruction, in accordance with the Act of 15 May 2015 on substances that deplete the ozone layer and on some fluorinated greenhouse gases (Journal of Laws, item 881) - in the case of processing refrigeration equipment (Article 51 of the Act)

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