EES-Ringlus is the national compliance scheme for take back and recycling of waste from electrical and electronic equipment (EEE) and waste batteries of Estonia. EES-Ringlus was established in February 2005 by the producers and importers of EEE and batteries. There are 28 founding members. EES-Ringlus is a voluntary based and non profit organisation. Start of operations: 13th August 2005 (WEEE) and September 2008 (batteries). As of the 13th december 2012 a total of 95 members signed up EES-Ringlus membership. These members represent about 80% the total EEE market in Estonia.

Collection System

EES-Ringlus collecting WEEE through municipal collection facilities, retailers and with the help of special mobile collection campaigns.

Treatment partners

In 2012 EES-Ringlus had 13 collection/transportation partners and 5 treatment partners.

Categories covered

LHHAfully covered
SHHAfully covered
IT&Tfully covered
CEfully covered
Lightingfully covered
Toolsfully covered
Toys/Leisure/Sportsfully covered
Medicalfully covered
M&Cfully covered
Autom. Disp.fully covered
Batteriesfully covered





System Manager:

Margus Vetsa


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The WEEE Forum a.i.s.b.l. is an international association speaking for 40 not-for-profit e-waste producer responsibility organisations (PROs). Our mission is to help the PROs succeed operationally, take back and report e-waste efficiently and be known as members of the world’s foremost e-waste competence centre and as promoters of a circular economy. We engage in the general debate on e-waste policy matters, in Europe and globally.

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