Considerations about implementation of the Waste Electric and Electronic Equipment Directive in Romania
Electric and Electronic Equipment Waste Management has become in the last years one of the most important concerns all over the world regarding environmental protection. For Romania, as for the other countries, members of the European Union, this concern has been intensified by the necessity of alignment to the European directives regarding electric and electronic equipment waste management, especially to the Directive 2002/96/CE. Although the waste quantities collected until now are far away from the goal proposed by EU, progresses have been made in what regards the implementation of an appropriate management system in Romania. This study presents the principal aspects with which European countries confront in implementing this directive and analyses the situation of Romania regarding the stage reached until now but also the main problems appeared during the last years. The paper is the result of the research in project “Modeling the Waste Management System for Electrical and Electronic Equipment in Romania in Order to Optimize the Environmental Impact of the Digital Economy”, code ID_1834, director Nadia Ciocoiu.
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