Welcome to the WEEE Directory!

The WEEE Directory provides a compilation of existing databases of the actors involved in the WEEE value chain available in public sources. The WEEE Forum maintains and updates this unique library.

The WEEE Directory is one of the outcomes of the CWIT project. The CWIT – Countering WEEE Illegal Trade – project was funded by the EU under the Seventh Framework Programme for Research and Technological Development and was undertaken by INTERPOL, United Nations University (UNU), United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute, the WEEE Forum, the Cross Border Research Association, Zanasi & Partners and Compliance and Risks. 

Please note that this is a work in progress and should not be seen as a definitive list! Upcoming update of the information: February 2022.

Would you like to contribute and improve our database? Please contact us at info@weee-forum.org.

Please click on a country in the map or in the list to view the types of e-waste stakeholders. For countries outside of Europe, just click on the country name in the list below. This will bring you to a table with links to the types of actors, including recyclers, producers, logistics companies, exporters, producers responsibility organisations (PROs), clearing houses and collection points.

List of countries in the database:

Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bosnia and HerzegovinaBulgaria, Canada, Croatia, Cyprus,  Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, IndiaIreland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, NigeriaNorway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, The Netherlands, United Kingdom.

 


If you would like to have information on resources such as studies, reports, guidelines and initiatives regarding e-waste, its dynamics and related activities, we encourage you to visit the  LibraWEEE of the WEEE Forum.


The WEEE Forum is the world’s largest multi-national centre of competence as regards operational know-how concerning the management of waste electrical and electronic equipment (or ‘WEEE’, for short). It is a not-for-profit association of 44 WEEE producer responsibility organisations across the world and was founded in April 2002.


The WEEE Directory provides a compilation of existing databases available in public sources. While we are doing our best to provide a good overview of the information available, we cannot guarantee that all existing databases currently available are comprised in the WEEE Directory. The WEEE Forum shall not be held responsible for the accuracy, suitability, or correctness of the data provided in the listed data sources.

No warranty, expressed or implied, is made on the contents of the information and it shall be the responsibility of the intended user(s) to verify the same. In no event shall the WEEE Forum or any of its employees become liable to users for use of this data, or any loss or damages, consequential or otherwise, including but not limited to time, money, or goodwill, arising from the use, and hold harmless the WEEE Forum for any and all liability of any nature arising out of, or resulting from, the lack of accuracy or correctness.

To assist the WEEE Forum in improving the WEEE Directory, users are asked to contact us (info@weee-forum.org) concerning errors and discrepancies and other available data sources.