Understanding flows and material losses
Guidance for the repair and re-use of electrical products
Guidance for collecting and treating electrical items
Opportunities for re-using and repairing electrical products
Consumer interest in reuse, repair and trade-in of electrical products
Using recycled content in electrical products
Develop and design more sustainable products
Design specifications to promote re-use and repair
What is the optimum lifetime of your product?
Guidance on reducing the environmental impact of electrical products
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Once an organisation’s process has been certified to PAS 141, the company must register with the Scheme Administrator in order to appear...
Certification BodiesAll certification bodies which operate this scheme must be accredited by UKAS* (or an...
PAS 141 applies to any organisation which prepares electrical products for re-use.
PAS 141 benefits a wide range of audiences including; consumers; re-use organisations; retailers; manufacturers; local authorities;...
PAS 141 is a process management specification for the re-use of used and waste electrical and electronic equipment (UEEE and WEEE).
WRAP commissioned Axion Recycling Ltd. to conduct a kerbside collection trial to assess the potential of this method in separately...
WRAP's work has shown that there is significant potential to increase product re-use in the UK. In 2006-07 only 13,000 tonnes of...
Incentivised return of household electrical products
A study into consumer second-hand shopping behaviour to better understand purchasing behaviours and also to identify the re-use...