Monitoring Export for Reuse in the Netherlands

This monitoring plan provides a summary of the methods and results of “export for reuse” extracted from the on-going study called “The Dutch WEEE flows 2020”. The project has been conducted by United Nations University SCYCLE, in cooperation with FFACT and it was commissioned by the NVMP.

The report quantifies the entire Dutch WEEE (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment) flows for the year 2018. The report presents the EEE Placed on the Market (POM), WEEE generated, the compliantly regulated WEEE collection, and the (W)EEE flows outside the regulated WEEE management system in the Netherlands, including the export for reuse. The methodologies are based on the report of the Dutch WEEE flows from 2011, that quantified the flows for the year 2010.

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