HP fulfils all legal requirements resulting from the transposition of the Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Directive in member states’ legislations and registers with national authorities in all relevant countries or regions. Registration and enforcement dates are country dependent. HP also makes sure that any information required for the calculation of its producer obligations is provided as of the date(s) specified in national or regional legislation.


The WEEE Directive including the recast of the WEEE Directive contain several obligations imposed on producers of electrical and electronic equipment, such as HP. The company’s compliance approach for these obligations is detailed in the HP WEEE Compliance Statement available at http://sustainability.ext.hp.com/en/support/solutions/articles/35000061770-how-does-hp-comply-with-the-weee-directive- .


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You can further tailor your response by inserting the local WEEE Registration details for the country of interest. See also “What is HP’s WEEE Registration Number?” 

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