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REPIC CHIEF EXECUTIVE ELECTED TO WEEE EUROPE BOARD


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Louise is one of six supervisory board members that will be supporting WEEE Europe’s CEO, Christian Ludwig. She joins senior representatives from not-for-profit compliance schemes based in France, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands and Spain.

As a founding member of WEEE Europe, REPIC, alongside eight other leading not-for-profit European WEEE compliance schemes, established the company with the primary goal of providing an effective, efficient Europe-wide compliance service for producers.

Today, with 19 partnerships in place covering 30 countries, WEEE Europe provides a streamlined, one-stop approach for WEEE and battery compliance to a wide range of sectors and sized clients.

Commenting on her appointment, Louise Grantham, adds: “Through WEEE Europe, REPIC is able to add further value to producers by offering a truly European approach to WEEE and battery compliance.

“Many producers are faced with the need to understand their WEEE and battery compliance obligations in multiple European countries and WEEE Europe provides them with a streamlined approach to this, including a declaration platform that simplifies their reporting.

“I am proud of the progress that has been made by WEEE Europe and am looking forward to contributing to the further development of the services provided to producers, including a new service for packaging compliance.”

REPIC is approved as a B2C and B2B producer WEEE compliance scheme by the Environment Agency.

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