The CWIT project will be working closely with all e-waste and WEEE stakeholders within the EU, and select non-EU countries. Throughout the project there will be opportunities for all stakeholders to benefit from, and contribute to, this project. The following pages provide more detail on how to participate in the project:
To be kept informed of developments and outcomes from the CWIT project please register at the above link. Becoming a stakeholder also enables you to contribute your expertise and insights to this ambitious project.
Intended for Environmental agencies outside Europe and stakeholders with an in-depth knowledge of the current legal situation affecting WEEE in their country. The purpose of this survey is to compile information in order to provide a global overview of the current legislation in place at international level. To find out more and complete the survey, follow this link.
Aimed at police, customs and environmental agencies. The purpose of this questionnaire is to collect information on the modi operandi and characteristics of entities involved in the trade of e-waste. You can access the survey by clicking on the link.
Aimed at stakeholders with knowledge on WEEE management and export, legal aspects. The purpose of this questionnaire is to collect information on the legal framework related to WEEE management in EU countries. You can access the survey by clicking on the link.
This questionnaire intends to collect information that will help us mapping the WEEE flows at European level. It is addressed to European WEEE recyclers. For more information and access to the survey, please click on the link.
Intended for WEEE refurbishers (preparation for re-use and Used-EEE sellers) in Europe. The aim of this survey is to gather information in order to provide a map of the WEEE generated and treated in Europe. You can access the survey by clicking on the link.
Intended for any interested parties that have information on WEEE flows and destinations and activities at collection points. The aim of this survey is to fine tune the information gathered during the first year of the project on WEEE flows and the management of collection points. You can access the survey by clicking on the link.
This questionnaire looks at the 10 Recommendation Clusters proposed by the CWIT project and seeks input from stakeholders on their suitability and feasibility in practice. This Questionnaire was presented at the CWIT IERC Workshop in January 2015.