Clement Gaubert, Veolia WEEE Scheme Manager, said: “This move means WEEElogic’s comprehensive range of services which are designed to simplify compliance management are now available to UK companies trading in mainland Europe and their European counterparts trading here.
“We are ideally placed to provide WEEElogic’s services in line with national obligations and expand our membership and take-back operations among producers, manufacturers, importers, retailers, distance sellers and waste holders.“
Veolia offers compliance and take back solutions for b2c and b2b WEEE customers as well as battery customers via its BatteryBack scheme. Its WEEE scheme is one of the largest in the UK with over 130 companies registered in 2014, placing a combined 100,000 tonnes of EEE on the UK market.
“With Veolia on board, we are now able to handle all major and several smaller countries across Europe. This is a substantial progress for all of our take-back obligated clients”, added Romain Letenneur, Managing Director of WEEElogic.
WEEElogic offers compliance, take-back operations, consulting and extra services including a centralised approach to support companies in rightsizing compliance management, with the ambition to analyze and reduce compliance costs. National partners like Veolia contribute their expertise in local waste management, market knowledge and operations.