REPIC Limited is the UK’s largest electrical and electronic compliance scheme. REPIC was formed on the 15th January 2004 by UK producers of electric and electronic equipment. REPIC compliance scheme members (over 100) currently represent around 50% of the weight and value of the electrical and electronic equipment products sold annually in the UK. REPIC’s role is to administer and discharge the obligations of its members under the WEEE Directive. REPIC is a not for profit company, limited by guarantee, formed from the representative trade associations in the UK and owned solely by companies obligated under the WEEE Directive. Repic also provides Battery and Packaging compliance solutions for its members.

Mission and objectives

REPIC is totally committed to providing maximum compliance at competitive cost through best environmental practices, clear auditable evidence trails and working with its collection and treatment partners to develop the shortest route possible from collection to treatment.

REPIC provides compliance solutions for all types of WEEE and companies all over the UK under the WEEE Regulations. Producer members are provided with expertise and guidance in the complicated fields of producer responsibility legislation. Members are provided with compliance solutions through the services provided to local authority partners, waste companies, retailers, charities, re-use organisations and treatment partners.

Logistics and Treatment Providers

Local Authority sites form the backbone of the UK’s collection network. Virtually all Household Waste Recycling Centre sites (HWRCs) have opted into the WEEE collection system by becoming Designated Collection Facilities (DCFs). Some are operated by Local Authorities, others by Waste Companies under contract to Local Authorities.  REPIC currently partners with several hundred collection sites operated directly by councils or their chosen waste management partners. REPIC’s members, many of whom own are major brand name owners, take their environmental responsibilities seriously and REPIC expects its transport and treatment partners to operate to the highest environmental and ethical standards. In addition to local authority, waste company, retailer and producer member WEEE take back, there are other organisations, such as charities or commercial enterprises, who also legitimately collect WEEE.

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




United Kingdom

System Manager:

Louise Grantham


The WEEE Forum a.i.s.b.l. is an international association representing 51 producer responsibility organisations across the globe. Together with our members, we are at the forefront of turning the extended producer responsibility principle into an effective electronic waste management policy approach through our combined knowledge of the technical, business and operational aspects of collection, logistics, de-pollution, processing, preparing for reuse and reporting of e-waste. Our mission is to be the world’s foremost e-waste competence centre excelling in the implementation of the circularity principle.

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