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 46 WEEE producer responsibility organisations across the world and was founded in April 2002.
Through exchange of best practice and access to its reputable knowledge base toolbox, the WEEE Forum enables its members to improve their operations and be known as promoters of the circular economy.
Since their foundation, the PRO's of the WEEE Forum have collected, de-polluted and recycled or sent for preparation for re-use 28.5mt of WEEE
Over the years, producer responsibility organisations in the WEEE Forum have acquired substantial know-how on the technical aspects of collection, logistics and processing of WEEE. Since their foundation, the producer responsibility organisations of the WEEE Forum have collected, de-polluted and recycled or sent for preparation for re-use 28.5 million tonnes of WEEE. The members of the WEEE Forum are representative of the whole spectrum of manufacturing industry. Two thirds of the members are market leaders.