• België – Aanvaardingsplicht afgedankte elektrische en elektronische apparatuur (AEEA) – B2C

         

        Sinds juli 2001 voorziet de wetgeving in een aanvaardingsplicht voor producenten en invoerders van elektrische en elektronische apparaten. In deze wetgeving is de milieubeleidsovereenkomst (MBO) tussen de diverse overkoepelende organisaties van handel en industrie met de gewestelijke overheden wettelijk vastgelegd. Bij de transpositie van de Europese richtlijn nr. 2002/96/EC is de wetgeving die de aanvaardingsplicht regelt in lijn gebracht met de betreffende Europese richtlijn.

         

        De nadruk bij deze wetgeving ligt op de voorkoming en het beheer van afvalstoffen. De beroepsorganisaties verplichten zich in te spannen om de recycleerbaarheid van de op de markt gebrachte apparaten te verbeteren met name door zo weinig mogelijk composietmaterialen te gebruiken en door de gebruikte materialen te identificeren.

         

        Voorts regelt de wetgeving de inzameling en de verwerking van elektrische en elektronische apparatuur. Inzameling vindt plaats via kringloopcentra, containerparken en eindverkopers. Verwerking geschiedt door gecertificeerde recyclingbedrijven. Bij de verwerking vindt scheiding plaats in herbruikbare en niet-herbruikbare apparatuur. Niet-herbruikbare apparaten worden ontdaan van de verschillende schadelijke componenten. De resterende materialen en onderdelen worden op een milieuvriendelijke wijze behandeld en toegeleverd aan de grondstoffenindustrie voor verdere verwerking.

         

        Recupel

         

        Om aan de in de milieubeleidsovereenkomst aangegane verplichting te voldoen werd op 1 juli 2001 door de fabrikanten en invoerders van elektrische en elektronische apparaten met de steun van de gewestelijke overheden de vzw Recupel opgericht. Zij organiseert in gans België de inzameling en de recyclage van Afgedankte Elektrische en Elektronische Apparaten (AEEA).

         

        Recupel werkt nauw samen met de handelaars, de gemeenten, de intercommunales en de hergebruikcentra, alsook met gespecialiseerde bedrijven voor het transport en de ecologische verwerking van de afgedankte apparaten. De financiering van deze activiteiten wordt gewaarborgd door de recyclagebijdrage die de consument betaalt bij aankoop van een nieuw toestel.

         

        Dell is aangesloten bij Recupel en geeft als zodanig invulling aan de uit de milieubeleidsovereenkomst voortvloeiende verplichtingen via zijn lidmaatschap van

         

        Recupel

         

        Wat houdt deze regeling in voor de consument?

         

        Een consument kan zich op drie manieren van zijn oude apparatuur ontdoen:

        • Bij aanschaf van nieuwe apparatuur kan oude elektrische en elektronische apparatuur gratis bij de leverancier van de nieuwe apparatuur worden ingeleverd.
        • Oude elektrische en elektronische apparatuur kan gratis worden afgegeven bij de kringloopcentra.
        • Oude elektrische en elektronische apparatuur kan ook gratis bij het gemeentelijke containerpark worden ingeleverd. De gemeente is verantwoordelijk voor een gescheiden inzameling van afgedankte apparatuur van particuliere huishoudens.

         

        Als Dell klant kunt u kiezen tussen afgifte van uw oude apparatuur bij een kringloopcentrum of het gemeentelijke containerpark of gebruikmaking van het Dell Consumer Recycling programma, waarover u meer vindt op:

        //www.dell.com/learn/be/nl/becorp1/dell-environment-recycling

        Opmerking: Kleine zakelijke gebruikers kunnen hun afgedankte elektrische en elektronische apparatuur ,mits deze naar aard en hoeveelheid met die van particuliere huishoudens vergelijkbaar is, eveneens op bovenstaande manieren inleveren.

         

        Meer informatie over inzameling van elektrische en elektronische apparatuur en aanverwante zaken is te vinden op website: www.recupel.be.


      • Belgique – devoir d’acceptation des déchets d’équipements électriques et électroniques (DEEE/WEEE) – B2C

         

        Depuis juillet 2001, la loi belge régit le devoir d’acceptation des déchets d’équipements électriques et électroniques par le producteur ou l’importateur. Cette loi détermine la politique environnementale sur laquelle les fédérations patronales et le gouvernement fédéral se sont accordés. En 2004, cette loi a été modifiée pour correspondre à la directive européenne n°2002/96/EC.

        L’objectif de cette loi est la prévention et la gestion des déchets. Les fédérations coordonnées se sont engagées à améliorer la recyclabilité des produits mis sur le marché, notamment par une diminution de l’utilisation des matériaux composites et par l’identification des matériaux usagés.

        Cette législation régit en outre la collecte et le traitement des équipements électriques et électroniques. La collecte a lieu via les points de collecte de « biens usagés », les parcs à conteneurs et les revendeurs. Le traitement est effectué par des entreprises de recyclage certifiées. Lors de celui-ci, les équipements en fin de vie sont divisés en deux catégories : réutilisables et non-réutilisables. Après élimination de tous les composants nocifs, les équipements non-réutilisables sont désassemblés. Les composants restants sont traités écologiquement et fournis aux vendeurs de matières premières aux fins de réemploi.

        Recupel

        Le 1e juillet 2001, les producteurs et importateurs d'équipement électriques et électroniques, avec le soutien des autorités régionales, ont fondé Recupel ASBL afin de répondre aux obligations fixées par la Convention de Politique Environnementale. Recupel organise la collecte et le recyclage des déchets d’équipements électriques et électroniques (DEEE) pour l’ensemble de la Belgique.

        Recupel collabore étroitement avec les commerçants, les autorités régionales et les centres de recyclage, mais également avec les entreprises de logistiques spécialisées et les entreprises de recyclage pour le traitement écologique des équipements en fin de vie. Le financement de ces activités est assuré par une cotisation de recyclage supportée par le consommateur lors de l’achat d’un nouvel équipement.

        Dell se conforme à la législation et est membre de Recupel.

        Que signifie cette loi pour le consommateur?
        Les ménages peuvent se débarrasser de leurs équipements électriques et électroniques usagés de trois manières différentes :

        • Lors de l’achat d’un nouvel équipement, ils peuvent rendre l’ancien, gratuitement, au fournisseur du nouveau.
        • Les équipements électriques et électroniques usagés peuvent être déposés gratuitement dans les points de collectes.
        • Les équipements électriques et électroniques usagés peuvent être déposés gratuitement dans les parcs à conteneurs communaux. La commune est responsable de la collecte séparée des équipements usagés provenant des ménages.

        En tant que client Dell, vous pouvez choisir d’apporter vos DEEE dans un parc à conteneurs ou un point de collecte ou de participer à notre programme Consumer Recycling, accessible à l’adresse suivante : //www.dell.com/learn/be/fr/becorp1/dell-environment-recycling

        Remarque: Les petites entreprises peuvent également déposer leurs équipements électriques ou électroniques usagés au parc à conteneur communal si ces équipements sont, de par leur nature ou leur quantité, similaires à ceux des ménages privés.

        Vous trouverez de plus amples informations concernant la collecte des équipements électriques et électroniques et sur les sujets annexes à l’adresse suivante : www.recupel.be.

         


      • Česká republika - Prohlášení společnosti Dell k WEEE B2C

         

        Směrnice o elektrických a elektronických zařízeních (směrnice o elektrotechnickém a elektronickém odpadu) proběhla v České republice dne 6. ledna 2005. Směrnice o OEEZ má za cíl:
        • Snižte množství odpadu z elektrických a elektronických zařízení.
        • Zlepšit environmentální výkon všech účastníků životního cyklu elektrických a elektronických zařízení.
        Co znamená OEEZ pro soukromé domácnosti?
        Soukromí majitelé domácností budou moci své OEEZ vrátit bezplatně do sběrných zařízení. Výrobci (výrobci, prodejci, distributoři) budou zodpovědní za financování sběru, zpracování, využití a likvidace OEEZ ze soukromých domácností uložených v těchto sběrných zařízeních.

        Spotřebitelé mají odpovědnost za to, že umožňují opětovné použití a využití odpadních elektrických a elektronických zařízení a likvidují odpadní elektrická a elektronická zařízení na vhodném sběrném místě pro recyklaci. Spotřebitelé nemohou vyřazovat odpadní elektrická a elektronická zařízení spolu s jiným odpadem. Ponechání odpadu elektrických a elektronických zařízení v místě sběru je zdarma.

        Vyřazení tohoto typu zařízení na místě, které nebylo navrženo (např. Vyhazování do odpadu, expozice nebo opuštění), může mít negativní dopad na životní prostředí a lidské zdraví. Spotřebitel je potrestán pokutou.

        Symbol přeškrtnutého odpadu na kolovém boku na výrobku nebo na jeho obalu znamená, že tento výrobek nesmí být likvidován s vaším domovním odpadem.

        Je vaší povinností zlikvidovat vaše odpadní zařízení předáním do autorizovaného sběrného místa pro recyklaci odpadních elektrických a elektronických zařízení.

        WEEE

        Společnost Dell splňuje svou povinnost vůči směrnici o OEEZ v České republice prostřednictvím členství v Asekol. Asekol CZ je vláda schválená schéma dodržování předpisů. Podrobné informace o OEEZ v České republice nebo o seznamu místních úřadů, kde mohou spotřebitelé přivést OEEZ, naleznete na adrese http://www.asekol.cz/asekol/

        Jako zákazník společnosti Dell se můžete rozhodnout přivést WEEE do místního sběrného zařízení nebo využít náš program pro recyklaci spotřebitelů, který je k dispozici na adrese: //www.dell.com/learn/cz/cs/czcorp1/dell-environment-recycling  


        Prostřednictvím programu Dell Consumer Recycling Program zákazníci společnosti Dell mohou vrátit WEEE zdarma.

      • Danmark – Information om WEEE-direktivet (B2C)

         

        Reglerne i WEEE-direktivet indfører et producentansvar, som betyder, at producenter og importører af elektriske produkter skal organisere og finansiere tilbagetagelse og håndtering af elskrot samt indberette oplysninger til et producentregister. Private husholdninger skal som hidtil aflevere elskrot til de kommunale indsamlingsordninger eller til en forhandler. www.dell.dk/recycling

        Dell opfylder sit produktansvar gennom sit medlemskab i ERP Recycling samt samarbejde med institutioner for genindvinding. For yderligere information se www.erp-recycling.dk


      • Deutschland – Private Haushalte / Umsetzung der WEEE Direktive im Elektrogesetz B2C

         

        Am 24. Oktober 2015 trat das sogenannte ElektoG2 in Kraft.Es setzt die EU Richtlinien 2002/95/EG1, 2002/96/EG2 und 2012/19/EU um.

        Zweck ist die Vermeidung von Abfällen aus solchen Geräten und ihre bestmögliche Verwertung zum Schutz der Umwelt.

        Elektroaltgeräte dürfen nicht im Hausmüll entsorgt werden. Das wird durch das Symbol der durchgestrichenen Mülltonne signalisiert. Privatkunden können ihre Altgeräte bei den kommunalen Entsorgungsstellen abgeben. Die Dell GmbH bei der Stiftung „Elektroaltgeräte-Register (EAR)" registriert und meldet das Verkaufsvolumen. Dem entsprechend erhält die

        • Reduzierung der Abfallmenge aus Elektro- und Elektronikgeräten.
        • Mehr Verantwortung für alle Beteiligten im Life Cycle von elektrischen und elektronischen Geräten.

        Was bedeutet WEEE für private Haushalte? Privatkunden können ihre Altgeräte bei den kommunalen Entsorgungsstellen abgeben. Die Hersteller (Händler, Importeure) haben die Verantwortung für die Finanzierung der Kosten für die Rücknahme, umweltgerechte Behandlung, Verwertung und Entsorgung von Elektro- und Elektronik-Altgeräten, die bei den kommunalen Entsorgungsstellen abgegeben werden. Dell kommt den hieraus entstehenden Verpflichtungen nach und ist bei der Stiftung Elektro-Altgeräte Register (EAR) registriert. Die Registrierungsnummer für Dell lautet: DE 49515708. Bitte wenden Sie sich an Ihren zuständigen kommunalen Entsorger um die für Sie nächstgelegene kommunale Entsorgungsstelle zu erfahren.


      • ESPAÑA – RAEE Usuarios Domésticos

         

        La Directiva WEEE (Waste Electrical and Electronic Directive) ha sido transpuesta al ordenamiento jurídico español el 25 de Febrero del 2005, R.D 208/2005 sobre aparatos eléctricos y electrónicos y la gestión de sus residuos (RAEE).

        Los objetivos de la Directiva WEEE son:
        • Reducir los residuos generados por el equipamiento eléctrico y electrónico
        • PMejorar el comportamiento desde un punto de vista medioambiental de todos los agentes económicos implicados en el ciclo de vida de los equipos eléctricos y electrónicos.
        ¿Que implica esta legislación RAEE para los usuarios domésticos?

        Podrán entregar y depositar, de manera totalmente gratuita, cualquier equipo eléctrico o electrónico al final de su vida útil en el punto municipal más cercano a su domicilio, puntos limpios. Los agentes económicos implicados en la generación de dichos residuos (fabricantes, vendedores y distribuidores) serán responsables de la financiación necesaria para la gestión de dichos residuos depositados en los puntos limpios municipales. Dell mantiene su compromiso en el cumplimiento de la Directiva WEEE en España a través de su adhesión a European Recycling Platform.

        European Recycling Platform es un Sistema Integrado de Gestión autorizado por las administraciones públicas competentes para gestionar de una manera medioambientalmente correcta los RAEE que generen sus adheridos. Para más información acerca de ERP y dónde entregar los RAEE puede visitar el siguiente link www.erp-recycling.es

        Dell se encuentra registrado en el Registro Nacional de Productores de Aparatos Eléctricos y Electrónicos (REI-RAEE) bajo el número 000496

        Como cliente de Dell puede elegir depositar sus RAEE en el punto limpio más cercano a su domicilio o aprovechar nuestro programa de Reciclado para usuarios domésticos a través de www.dell.es/recycling

        Para más información acerca de esta normativa puede visitar el siguiente link: //www.dell.com/learn/es/es/escorp1/dell-environment-recycling  

      • France – DEEE pour le grand public

         

        La filière des DEEE (déchet d'équipements électriques et électroniques) est entrée en vigueur pour le grand public en France le 15 novembre 2006.

        Cette filière a pour objectif d'organiser et de financer le recyclage des appareils arrivés en fin de vie sur le territoire national.

        Qu'est-ce que cela signifie pour le consommateur? Les ménages peuvent :

        • Soit amener leurs vieux équipements dans les déchetteries municipales
        • Soit s'inscrire sur le formulaire disponible à la page « Programme de recyclage pour les clients » à l'adresse www.dell.fr/recycling-consumer s'ils achètent un matériel neuf DELL (principe de reprise 1 pour 1)

        Le consommateur paie également depuis le 15 novembre 2006 une contribution environnementale pour chaque nouvel équipement électrique et électronique qui correspond au coût de collecte et recyclage des matériels. Le montant de la contribution environnementale sera visible dans votre panier (pour les achats en ligne) et sur la facture de vente.

        Ce coût figure également dans le barême d'Ecologic, éco organisme agréé par les pouvoirs publics.Dell est adhérent d'ECOLOGIC depuis 2006 www.ecologic-france.com.


      • Greece - Household WEEE (B2C) Solution

         

        The WEEE Directive (Waste Electrical and Electronic Directive) in Greece aims to –
        • Reduce the waste arising from electrical and electronic equipment.
        • Improve the environmental performance of all those involved in the life cycle of electrical and electronic equipment.
        What does WEEE mean for Private Households? Private householders will be able to return their WEEE to collection facilities free of charge. Producers (manufacturers, sellers, distributors) will be responsible for financing the collection, treatment, recovery and disposal of WEEE from private households deposited at these collection facilities.

        Dell will meet its obligation to the WEEE Directive in Greece through membership of Appliances Recycling S.A. which is a government approved Compliance Scheme. For details of WEEE in Greece or for a list of municipal collection sites where consumers can bring WEEE please visit -www.electrocycle.gr
         

        As a Dell customer you can choose to bring WEEE to a local collection facility or use our Consumer Recycling programme available at:- //www.dell.com/learn/gr/el/grcorp1/dell-environment-recycling


      • IRELAND - Household WEEE

         

        The WEEE Directive (Waste Electrical and Electronic Directive) went live in Ireland on 13th
        August 2005. The WEEE Directive aims to:-
        • Reduce the waste arising from electrical and electronic equipment.
        • Improve the environmental performance of all those involved in the life cycle of electrical and electronic equipment.
        What does WEEE mean for Private Households? Private householders will be able to return their WEEE to collection facilities free of charge Producers (manufacturers, sellers, distributors) will be responsible for financing the collection, treatment, recovery and disposal of WEEE from private households deposited at these collection facilities.

        Consumers have a responsibility for enabling the re-use and recovery of waste electrical and electronic equipment and to dispose of waste electrical and electronic equipment at a proper collection point for recycling. Consumers cannot discard waste electrical and electronic equipment together with other waste. Leaving waste electrical and electronic equipment at the point of collection is free.
        For discarding this type of equipment in a place not designed (e.g. Thrown in the trash, exposure or abandonment) can have a negative impact on the environment and human health. The consumer is punishable with a fine.

        The crossed-out wheeled bin symbol on the product or on its packaging indicates that this product must not be disposed of with your other household waste.

        It’s your responsibility to dispose of your waste equipment by handing it over to an authorized collection point for the recycling of waste electrical and electronic equipment.

        WEEE Consumer Legislation

        Dell meets its obligation to the WEEE Directive in Ireland through membership of WEEE Ireland. WEEE Ireland is a Government approved Compliance Scheme. For details of WEEE in Ireland or for a list of Local Authority sites where consumers can bring WEEE please visit www.weeeireland.ie

        Dell WEEE Registration Number IE 0358WB

        As a Dell customer you can choose to bring WEEE to a local collection facility or avail of our Consumer Recycling programme available at:- www.dell.ie/Recycling for Consumers. Through Dell Consumer Recycling Programme Dell customer is allowed to return WEEE free of charge. Any manufacturers brand WEEE can also be returned free of charge on a one-for-one like-for-like basis.

      • Italia - RAEE domestico

         

        La normativa RAEE (Rifuiti Elettrici ed Elettronici) è stata implementata anche in Italia.

        Lo scopo della direttiva RAEE è:

        • Ridurre l'aumento dei rifiuti derivanti da apparecchiature elettriche ed elettroniche
        • Migliorare le prestazioni in campo ambientale di tutti coloro coinvolti nel ciclo di vita di apparecchiature elettriche ed elettroniche

        Cosa significa RAEE per i clienti privati?

        Gli utenti privati potranno restituire gratuitamente i propri RAEE ai punti di raccolta . I Produttori (costruttori, rivenditori, distributori) saranno responsabili del finanziamento della raccolta, trattamento, recupero e smaltimento dei RAEE derivanti dagli utenti domestici ai centri di raccolta. Dell adempirà agli obblighi di legge in Italia tramite il Consorzio Remedia. il Consorzio Remedia è un sistema collettivo autorizzato. http://www.consorzioremedia.it/

        Dell è iscritta al Registro AEE Registry IT08030000004486

        Il cliente Dell può scegliere di portare il proprio RAEE presso la discarica municipale o di avvalersi del programma Dell Riciclo Privati disponibile al sito www.dell.it/Programma di riciclo per i clienti


      • Luxembourg (French)– Déchets d’équipements électriques et électroniques (DEEE) – B2C

         

        Le 18 janvier 2005, le Luxembourg a transposé dans sa législation la directive européenne 2002/96/EC régissant la gestion des déchets électriques et électroniques.

        Le principal objectif de cette loi est la prévention des déchets d'équipements électriques et électroniques ainsi que le réemploi, le recyclage et la récupération de ces déchets afin de réduire le besoin de les éliminer.

        Le deuxième objectif est l’amélioration des performances écologiques de tous les acteurs impliqués dans le cycle de vie des produits électriques et électroniques.

        Cette législation régit en outre la collecte et le traitement des équipements électriques et électroniques. La collecte a lieu via les parcs à conteneurs communaux, la collecte à domicile périodique et les commerçants. Le traitement est effectué par des entreprises de recyclage certifiées. Lors de celui-ci, les équipements en fin de vie sont divisés en deux catégories : réutilisables et non-réutilisables. Après élimination de tous les composants nocifs, les équipements non-réutilisables sont désassemblés. Les composants restants sont traités écologiquement et fournis aux vendeurs de matières premières aux fins de réemploi.

        Ecotrel

        Le 19 février 2004, les principaux producteurs et importateurs se sont associés aux principaux revendeurs pour créer Ecotrel. Cette initiative a été lancée par la Fédération luxembourgeoise des importateurs de produits électriques et électroniques. Une convention volontaire émise par le Ministère de l’Environnement et datée du 28 octobre 2005 définit les droits et obligations d’Ecotrel.

        Ecotrel donne forme à la loi sur les DEEE en organisant le transport des déchets d’équipements électriques et électroniques depuis les parcs à conteneurs situés sur l’ensemble du territoire luxembourgeois vers les centres de recyclage, où s’effectue le traitement. À cet effet, Ecotrel collabore étroitement avec les commerçants, les communes, les entreprises de logistique spécialisées et les entreprises de recyclage certifiées pour le traitement écologique des équipements en fin de vie. Le financement de ces activités est assuré par une cotisation de recyclage supportée par le consommateur lors de l’achat d’un nouvel équipement.

        Dell se conforme à la législation et est membre d’Ecotrel.

        Que signifie cette loi pour le consommateur ?
        Les consommateurs peuvent se débarrasser de leurs équipements électriques et électroniques usagés de trois manières différentes:

        • Lors de l’achat d’un nouvel équipement, ils peuvent rendre l’ancien, gratuitement, au fournisseur du nouveau.
        • Les équipements électriques et électroniques usagés peuvent être déposés gratuitement dans les parcs à conteneurs communaux. La commune est responsable de la collecte séparée des équipements usagés provenant des ménages.
        • Les équipement usagés peuvent être déposés gratuitement lors de la collecte à domicile SuperDrecksKëscht 4 fois par an.

        En tant que client Dell, vous pouvez choisir d’apporter vos DEEE dans un parc à conteneurs, de les rendre lors de la collecte à domicile SuperDrecksKëscht ou de participer à notre programme Consumer Recycling, accessible à l’adresse suivante : //www.dell.com/learn/lu/fr/lucorp1/dell-environment-recycling

        Vous trouverez de plus amples informations concernant la collecte des équipements électriques et électroniques et sur les sujets annexes à l’adresse suivante :


      • Nederland – Afgedankte Elektrische en Elektronische Apparatuur (AEEA)

         

        Op 14 februari 2014 is de nieuwe “Regeling elektrische en elektronische apparatuur” van kracht geworden, die uitvoering geeft aan de Europese richtlijn nr. 2012/19/EU.In deze regeling is het afvalbeheer van elektrische en elektronische apparatuur geregeld.

        De nadruk bij deze wetgeving ligt op het vermeiden van het ontstaan van elektrisch en elektronisch afval. Waar mogelijk dient hergebruik, recycling en de terugwinning van energie te worden nagestreefd om afval te reduceren.

        Een tweede doel is het verbeteren van het milieugedrag van iedereen die een rol speelt in de levenscyclus van elektrische en elektronische produkten: bij het ontwikkellingsproces, het gebruik en bij de uiteindelijke verwerking van het product in de afvalfase.

        Wat gebeurt er met de ingezamelde apparatuur?

        Door producenten in het leven geroepen stichtingen financieren het transport en de verwerking. Ingezamelde apparatuur wordt vanaf de gemeentelijke milieustraten naar gecertificeerde verwerkers vervoerd, waar op een milieuvriendelijke manier ontmanteling van de de ingezamelde apparatuur plaatsvindt. Herbruikbare materialen worden gesorteerd aan de grondstoffenindustrie aangeleverd voor verdere verwerking. Niet-herbruikbare materialen worden op een, vanuit milieu oogpunt, acceptable manier verbrand of gestort.
        Dell voldoet aan de verplichtingen die zijn vastgelegd in het decreet van elektrische en elektronische apparatuur door het lidmaatschap van de bovenstaande stichtingen. - http://www.ictoffice.nl (ICT Milieu: inzameling van ICT-apparatuur)

        Meer informatie over het inzamelen van elektrische en elektronische apparatuur is te vinden op:

        https://www.watismijnapparaatwaard.nl/ 

        Als klant van Dell kunt u kiezen tussen de levering van uw oude apparatuur op de gemeentelijke milieustraat of via het Dell Consumer Recycling programma, dat u kunt vinden op: //www.dell.com/learn/nl/nl/nlcorp1/dell-environment-recycling

        Wat betekent dit voor de consument?

        Bij het aanschaffen van een nieuw elektronisch apparaat, kan uw oude apparaat gratis worden geretourneerd met de volgende opties:
        • Dezelfde dag: De levering van uw nieuwe apparatuur en het verbruik van uw oude uitrusting gebeurt door meerdere transportbedrijven. Controleer uw bestellingsbevestiging voor een indicatie van de verwachte leverdatum. Volg onderstaande link om uw recyclingverzoek te voltooien.
        • Enkele dagen na levering: Nadat u uw bestelling heeft ontvangen, volgt u de onderstaande link om uw recyclingverzoek te voltooien.
        • Voor levering: Zodra uw bestelling is geplaatst, kunt u solliciteren om uw oude apparaat op te halen door onderstaande link te volgen. Gebruik uw bestelnummers als bevestiging om uw recyclingverzoek te voltooien.
        • Opmerking: Kleine bedrijven kunnen hun afval elektrische en elektronische apparatuur verstrekken, op voorwaarde dat zij soortgelijk zijn in aard en hoeveelheid met die van particuliere huishoudens, ook op de bovenstaande manieren

      • EE-forskriften private husholdninger - Norge

         

        Forskrift om kasserte elektriske og elektroniske produkter (EE-forskriften) trådte i kraft i 1999.

        Formålet med EE-forskriften er å redusere de miljøproblemer EE-produkter forårsaker når de ender som avfall. Dette skal skje gjennom separat innsamling, utsortering og behandling av materialer og komponenter som er farlig avfall, og høy grad av gjenvinning av øvrige deler av avfallet. Bestemmelsene skal sikre at slikt avfall gjenvinnes der det etter en avveining av miljøhensyn, ressurshensyn og økonomiske forhold er berettiget

        Hvordan påvirker EE-forskriften private husholdninger? Private husholdninger har muligheten til å returnere sitt EE-avfall til oppsamlingspunkter vederlagsfritt. Produsentene er ansvarlig for å finansiere innsamling, sortering, ombruk, gjenvinning, disponering og annen behandling av EE-avfall fra private husholdninger deponert ved disse oppsamlingspunktene. Dell løser sitt produsentansvar ovenfor EE-forskriften gjennom medlemskap i returselskapet Eurovironment AS. Eurovironment er godkjent av Statens Forurensingstilsyn(Sft). For detaljer om returordningen vennligst besøk www.eurovironment.no.

        Som Dell kunde kan du velge å levere utrangerte EE-produkter til en lokal avfallsstasjon eller benytte deg av vårt returselskap sine tjenester på: www.evm.no.


      • Österreich - Informationen an Letztverbraucher gem. § 13 EAG-VO

         

        1) Sinn und Zweck der getrennten Sammlung von Elektro- und Elektronikaltgeräten und Nachteile der Beseitigung gemeinsam mit unsortierten Siedlungsabfällen

        Innerhalb der EU fallen jährlich mehr und mehr Elektro- und Elektroaltgeräte an. All diese Geräte enthalten eine Reihe von gefährlichen Bestandteilen, die ein großes Problem bei der Abfallentsorgung darstellen. Im Verhältnis zur steigenden Menge werden allerdings immer weniger Geräte einer ordnungsgemäßen Entsorgung zugeführt. Eine vom normalen Siedlungsabfall getrennte Sammlung ist Vorraussetzung für eine spezielle Behandlung und ein entsprechendes Recycling von Elektroaltgeräten. Diese beiden Maßnahmen sind erforderlich, da sich in vielen Elektroaltgeräten Bestandteile befinden, die ohne fachgerechte Verwertung umweltschädigend sein können. Bei einer gemeinsamen Beseitigung mit unsortiertem Siedlungsabfall könnten Schadstoffe in den Abfallstrom gelangen. Die Folge wäre eine erhebliche Belastung der Umwelt.

        2) Welche Rückgabe- und Sammelmöglichkeiten stehen den Letztverbrauchern zur Verfügung

        Jeder Endverbraucher (Konsument) kann seine Elektroaltgeräte kostenlos bei den kommunalen Sammelstellen sowie den Sammelstellen der Systembetreiber abgeben. Weitere Informationen, über die nächstgelegene Sammelstelle können die Konsumenten auf der Homepage des ERP abfragen

        3)Sinnhaftigkeit der Wiederverwendung, der stofflichen Verwertung und anderer Formen der Verwertung von Elektro- und Elektronik-Altgeräten

        In Elektroaltgeräten sind zahlreiche wertvolle Rohstoffe wie zum Beispiel Eisen, Aluminium oder Kupfer enthalten, die im Sinne einer sparsamen Ausschöpfung der natürlichen Ressourcen wieder verwendet werden sollten. Die österreichischen Hersteller / Importeure nehmen ihre Verantwortung wahr, indem sie die Konzeption und Produktion von Elektro- und Elektronikgeräten forcieren, deren Reparatur, mögliche Nachrüstung, Wiederverwendung, Zerlegung und Recycling zunehmend einfacher ist und helfen dadurch mit, die Umweltbelastung möglichst gering zu halten

        4) Potentielle Auswirkungen auf die Umwelt und die menschliche Gesundheit, die durch das Vorhandensein von gefährlichen Stoffen in Elektro- und Elektronikgeräten bedingt sind

        Besonders wichtig ist die fach- und umweitgerechte Entsorgung von Schadstoffen wie z.B. Blei, Quecksilber oder Kadmium, die in vielen Elektroaltgeräten enthalten sind. Diese Stoffe benötigen eine spezielle Behandlung, da sie im Fall einer unsachgemäßen Beseitigung kurz- und langfristig negative Auswirkungen auf die Umwelt und menschliche Gesundheit haben können. Die österreichischen Hersteller / Importeure stellen unter anderen ausführliche Informationen über die in den Elektroaltgeräten enthaltenen Bauteile und Werkstoffe zur Verfügung. Dadurch leisten sie einen wesentlichen Beitrag zur Erleichterung der Entsorgung bzw. helfen sie mit, die Gefährdung der Umwelt und der menschlichen Gesundheit zu minimieren.

        5) Was hat es mit der Mülltonne auf sich?

        Die durchgestrichene Mülltonne auf Rädern ist das Symbol für die getrennte Sammlung. Alle Elektro- und Elektronikgeräte, die nach dem 12. August 2005 in Verkehr gebracht werden, müssen damit gekennzeichnet sein. Dies erleichtert die getrennte Sammlung bzw. Aussortierung aus dem Siedlungsabfall. Üblicherweise ist die durchgestrichene Mülltonne direkt am Produkt angebracht. In Ausnahmefällen, sofern dies aufgrund der Größe oder der Funktion des Produktes notwendig ist, muss das Symbol auf der Verpackung, der Gebrauchsanweisung oder dem Garantieschein aufgedruckt sein.


      • Polska: WEEE dla gospodarstw domowych (B2C)

         

        Celem dyrektywy WEEE jest:

        • Zmniejszenie zanieczyszczenia spowodowanego sprzętem elektrycznym i elektronicznym.
        • Zwiększenie dbałości o środowisko ze strony wszystkich osób uczestniczących w cyklu eksploatacyjnym sprzętu elektrycznego i elektronicznego.

        Jakie są konsekwencje dyrektywy WEEE dla gospodarstw domowych?

        Gospodarstwa domowe spełniają ważną rolę wprzyczynianiu się do ponownego użycia i odzysku, w tym recyklingu, zużytego sprzętu elektrycznego i elektronicznego poprzez przekazanie sprzętu elektrycznego i elektronicznego do odpowiednich punktów zbiórki odpadów, recyklingu. Konsumenci nie mogą wyrzucać zużytego sprzętu elektrycznego i elektronicznego wraz z innymi odpadami. Pozostawienie zużytego sprzętu elektrycznego i elektronicznego w punkcie zbiórki jest bezpłatne.Za wyrzucenie tego typu sprzętu w miejscu do tego nieprzeznaczonym (np. wyrzucnie do kosza na śmieci, bądź porzucenie na nielegalnym wysypisku) może mieć negatywny wpływ na środowisko i zdrowie ludzi. Konsument może zostać również ukarany grzywną. 

        Symbol przekreślonego kontenera na kółkach na produkcie lub jego opakowaniu oznacza, że tego produktu nie należy wyrzucać razem z innymi odpadami domowymi.
        Konsumenci mają obowiązek pozbywać się zużytego sprzętu elektrycznego i elektronicznego przez przekazanie go do autoryzowanego punktu zbiórki w celu recyklingu.


        WEEE

        Informacje o produkcie firmy Dell, w tym wagi są dostępne na: //www.dell.com/learn/us/en/uscorp1/product-info-datasheets-safety-emc-environmental (w języku angielskim)

        Producenci (wytwórcy, sprzedawcy i dystrybutorzy) są odpowiedzialni za finansowanie zbiórki, obróbki, odzyskiwani, a także usuwani zużytego sprzętu elektrycznego i elektronicznego dostarczonego przez osoby prywatne. Firma Dell spełnia obowiązki nakładane przez dyrektywę WEEE w Polsce za pośrednictwem organizacji Asekol. Asekol jest organizacją działającą zgodnie z przepisami prawa. Od 1 października 2006 konsumentom udostępnione są adresy punktów zbiórki zużytego sprzętu elektrycznego i elektronicznego w każdej gminie. Informacje te powinny zostać ogłoszone przez władze gminne. Więcej informacji można znaleźć w witrynie programu Asekol: www.asekol.pl

        Klienci firmy Dell mogą skorzystać z naszego programu recyklingu dla klientów. Informacje o nim dostępne są pod adresem:- //www.dell.com/learn/pl/pl/plcorp1/dell-environment-recycling

        Firma Dell wpisana jest do rejestru Bazy Danych o Odpadach


      • PORTUGAL - REEE

         

        A Directiva WEEE (Waste Electrical and Electronic Directive) foi transposto a requisitar legalmente em 10 de Dezembro de 2004, Decreto- Lei 230/2004 gestao dos resíduos de equipamentos eléctricos e electrónicos (REEE).

        Os objetivos da Directiva WEEE são:

        • Reduzir os resíduos gerados por equipamentos eléctricos e electrónicos.
        • Melhorar o comportamento desde um ponto de vista medioambiental de todos os agentes económicos implicados no ciclo de vida dos equipos eléctricos e electrónicos.

        Que implica esta legislação REEE para os usuários domésticos?
        Poderão entregar e depositar, de maneira totalmente gratuita, qualquer equipamento eléctrico ou electrónico no final da sua vida útil num ponto municipal mais próximo da sua morada , pontos de limpeza municipal. Os agentes económicos implicado na geração destes restantes residuos (fabricantes, vendedores e distribuidores) serão responsaveís do financiamento necessário para a gerência destes residuos que serão depositados nos pontos de limpeza municipal. Dell mantêm seu compromisso no cumprimento da Directiva WEEE em Portugal atravês da sua adesão ao sistema de gerência ERP Portugal.

        ERP Portugal é um Sistema Integrado de Gerência autorizado por um organismo da Administração Pública competente que controla de uma maneira medioambiental correcta os REEE que gera a quem aderiu. Para mais informações acerca de ERP pode visitar o seguinte link: http://www.erp-recycling.org/ 

        Como cliente da Dell pode escolher em depositar seu REEE num ponto de limpeza mais próximo da sua morada ou aproveitar o nosso programa de Reciclagem para usuários domésticos através de: //www.dell.com/learn/pt/pt/ptcorp1/dell-environment-recycling

        Para mais informações acerca desta norma pode visitar o seguinte link: www.dell.com\recycling


      • Suisse – Clients résidentiels et non résidentiels

         

        La Suisse n'est pas un pays membre de l'Union européenne et n'est donc pas concernée par la directive WEEE. Toutefois, la Suisse dispose d'une législation sur le recyclage en vigueur depuis plus de 10 ans incluant des solutions complètes pour tous les groupes de clients.

        Dell est membre de Swico en Suisse. Les frais de recyclage sont inclus dans nos tarifs ce qui permet à tous nos clients de retourner leurs produits informatiques à SWICO lorsque ceux-ci doivent être mis au rebut.

        Pour obtenir plus d'informations sur SWICO ou trouver un endroit où renvoyer vos équipements usagés, consultez le site www.swico.ch


      • Schweiz – Haushalte und Nicht-Haushalte

         

        Da die Schweiz nicht zur Europäischen Union gehört, gilt dort nicht die WEEE-Richtlinie zur Vermeidung und Entsorgung von Elektro- und Elektronik-Altgeräten. In der Schweiz gelten jedoch seit über 10 Jahren Umwelt- und Recyclinggesetze mit umfassenden Regelungen für alle Kundengruppen.

        Dell ist ein Mitglied von SWICO in der Schweiz. Unsere neuen Produktpreise schließen eine vorgezogene Recyclinggebühr ein, die es unseren Kunden ermöglicht, die IT-Produkte über SWICO zu entsorgen. Weitere Informationen zu SWICO und zu Abgabestellen finden Sie auf der SWICO-Website unter www.swico.ch


      • Slovakia – WEEE

         

        Smernica o OEEZ (smernica o odpadoch z elektrických a elektronických zariadení) vstúpila na Slovensko dňa 2. decembra 2004. Cieľom smernice o OEEZ je:

        • Znížte množstvo odpadu z elektrických a elektronických zariadení.
        • Zlepšiť environmentálny výkon všetkých účastníkov životného cyklu elektrických a elektronických zariadení.
          Čo znamená OEEZ pre súkromné domácnosti? Súkromní majitelia domov budú môcť bezplatne vrátiť svoje zberné zariadenia do zberných zariadení Výrobcovia (výrobcovia, predajcovia, distribútori) budú zodpovední za financovanie zberu, spracovania, zhodnocovania a zneškodňovania OEEZ z domácností uložených v týchto zberných zariadeniach.

        Spotrebitelia sú zodpovední za to, aby umožnili opätovné použitie a zhodnocovanie odpadu z elektrických a elektronických zariadení a aby likvidovali odpadové elektrické a elektronické zariadenia na vhodnom zbernom mieste na recykláciu. Spotrebitelia nemôžu zlikvidovať odpadové elektrické a elektronické zariadenia spolu s iným odpadom. Ponechanie odpadu z elektrických a elektronických zariadení na mieste zberu je bezplatné.

        Vyradenie tohto typu zariadení na miesto, ktoré nie je navrhnuté (napr. Uvrhnutie do koša, expozícia alebo opustenie), môže mať negatívny vplyv na životné prostredie a ľudské zdravie. Spotrebiteľovi sa ukladá pokuta.

        Symbol prečiarknutého koša na výrobku alebo na jeho obale znamená, že tento výrobok nesmie byť likvidovaný s vaším domácim odpadom.

        Je vašou zodpovednosťou zlikvidovať svoje odpadové zariadenie odovzdaním do autorizovaného zberného miesta na recykláciu odpadu z elektrických a elektronických zariadení.

        WEEE Consumer Legislation

        Spoločnosť Dell spĺňa svoju povinnosť voči smernici OEEZ v Sloakii prostredníctvom členstva v spoločnosti Asekol. Asekol SK je vládou schválená schéma zhody. Podrobnosti o OEEZ v Českej republike alebo zoznam miest miestnych úradov, kde môžu spotrebitelia priniesť OEEZ, nájdete na http://www.asekol.sk/asekol/

        Ako zákazník spoločnosti Dell si môžete vybrať, aby ste priniesli WEEE do miestneho zberného zariadenia alebo využili náš program na recykláciu spotrebiteľov dostupný na:- //www.dell.com/learn/sk/sk/skcorp1/dell-environment-recycling?c=sk&l=sk&s=corp

        Prostredníctvom programu Dell Consumer Recycling Program môžu všetci zákazníci spoločnosti Dell bezplatne vrátiť WEEE.


      • SUOMI - Kotitalouksien WEEE

         

        WEEE Direktiivi (Waste Electrical and Electronic Directive) tuli voimaan Suomessa 13 Elokuuta 2005. WEEE Direktiivi tähtää:-

        • Vähentämään elektroniikasta aiheutuvaa romua.
        • Parantamaan elektroniikan elinkaareen liittyvän ympäristösuojelun tehokkuutta.

        Mitä WEEE merkitsee kuluttajille? Kuluttajat voivat palauttaa elektroniikkaromunsa veloituksetta yleisiin kierrätyspisteisiin. Tuottajat (valmistajat, myyjät ja jälleenmyyjät) ovat vastuussa keräyksen, kierrätyksen ja uudelleenkäytön kustannuksista sen elektroniikk romun osalta, jota kuluttajat näihin kierrätyspisteisiin tuovat. Dell täyttää WEEE Direktiiviin liittyvät velvoitteensa tuottajaosuuskunta ERP Finland on viranomaisten hyväksymä yhteenliittymä. Lisätietoja on osoitteessa http://www.en.erp-recycling.fi/


      • Sverige - Producentansvarsinformation för privatpersoner

         

        Dell är medlem i El-Kretsen och uppfyller på så sätt sitt producentansvar. Som privatperson kan du utan kostnad lämna in din uttjänta IT-utrustning till någon av kommunens återvinningscentraler. Se El-Kretsens hemsida för information om var närmsta plats för inlämning finns – www.el-kretsen.se


      • Türkiye – Evsel AEEE

         

        Atık Elektrikli ve Elektronik Eşyaların Kontrolü (AEEE) Yönetmeliğinin denetimi, Türkiye’de 25 Mayıs 2013 tarihinden itibaren zorunlu hale getirilmiştir.
        AEEE Direktifinin amacı:

        • AEEE’lerin ayrıştırılmamış belediye atıkları ile imha edilmesi oranını minimize etmek, işleme, geri kazanım ve çevreye uyumlu bertarafını sağlamak için AEEE’lerin toplanma miktarını artırmak.
        • Yaşam döngüsüne katılan bütün Elektrikli ve Elektronik Eşyaların (EEE) çevresel performanslarını iyileştirmek.

        Bazı EEE’ler çevreye, insan sağlığına zarar verebilen maddeler içermektedir. Bu cihazlar çevreye uygun bir şekilde tasfiye edilmelidir. Atık Elektrikli ve Elektronik Eşyaların Kontrolü Yönetmeliği EEE’lerin uygun bir şekilde işlemeye tabii tutulmasını sağlar.

        AEEE nihai tüketiciler için ne anlam ifade eder? Nihai tüketiciler, AEEE’lerini toplama tesislerine ücretsiz geri götürebilir ve AEEE’lerin yeniden kullanımında ve geri dönüşümünde rol oynayabilirler.

        Ürün ya da paketin üzerinde, üstü çizili bulunan çöp konteynır sembolü, bu ürünün diğer ev atıklarınız ile birlikle atılmaması gerektiğini belirtmektedir.

        WEEE Consumer Legislation

        Nihai tüketiciler, AEEE’lerin yeniden kullanımı, geri kazanımı ve geri dönüşümü için uygun bir toplama noktasına teslim edilmesinden sorumludur. Tüketiciler, atık elektrikli ve elektronik cihazları diğer atıklar ile birlikte atamazlar.

        AEEE’leri toplama noktasına bırakmak ücretsizdir.
        Bu türdeki bir cihazın belirlenmeyen bir yere (çöpe atma, ortaya koyma ya da bırakma gibi) atılması çevreye ve insan sağlığına olumsuz etki verebilir. Tüketici para cezası ile cezalandırılabilir.

        Üreticiler (imalatçılar, satıcılar, dağıtıcılar, ithalatçılar) toplama organizasyonlarını finanse etmekle, eğitimsel çalışmaları düzenlemekle ve AEEE hakkında farkındalığı arttıracak etkinlikler düzenlemekle, geri dönüşüm ve toplama tesislerine nihai tüketiciler tarafından toplanan AEEE’lerin nakliye işlemlerinden sorumlu olacaklardır. Dell, Türkiye’de “AEEE Kontrolü Yönetmeliğinin” gerektirdiği yükümlülüklerini TÜBİSAD Yetkilendirilmiş Kuruluş’a üye olarak; nihai tüketicilerden evsel kaynaklı AEEE toplanması, nakliyesi, yeniden kullanımı ve geri dönüşümü için Tüketici Geri Dönüşüm programı sağlayarak yerine getirmektedir.


      • UK - Household WEEE

         

        The WEEE Directive (Waste Electrical and Electronic Directive) commenced in the UK on 1st July 2007. The WEEE Directive aims to:-
        • Minimise the disposal of WEEE as unsorted municipal waste and achieve a high level of collection of WEEE for treatment, recovery and environmentally sound disposal.
        • Improve the environmental performance of all those involved in the life cycle of electrical and electronic equipment.
        Some EEE can contain substances which are potentially hazardous to the environment and human health and must be disposed of in an environmentally acceptable manner. The WEEE directive ensures that the appropriate treatment is available for such EEE.

        What does WEEE mean for Private Households? Private householders will be able to return their WEEE to collection facilities free of charge and play their part towards the reuse and recycling of WEEE.

        Producers (manufacturers, sellers, distributors) will be responsible for financing the collection, treatment, recovery and disposal of WEEE from private households deposited at these collection facilities. Producers who sell through distance selling methods such as internet and telephone are required to join the national distributor take back scheme or provide an alternative method for private householders to return equipment.

        Dell will meet its obligation to the WEEE Directive in the UK through membership of a Government approved Producer Compliance Scheme, European Recycling Platform (ERP) and through providing private customers with its Consumer Recycling programme for the collection, treatment, recovery and disposal of WEEE.

        Our free Consumer Recycling programme is available at: www.dell.co.uk/recycling.

        Alternatively you could find the nearest recycling collection point by visiting ERPs dedicated recycling page
        http://www.erp-ewaste.co.uk/

        Dells producer registration number with the Environment Agency is WEE/CE0092VV.
      • Australia - Product Stewardship Act

         

        Australia -Product Stewardship (Televisions and Computers) Regulations 2011 came into effect on 8 November 2011.

         

        Under the Product Stewardship Act, 2011 Dell as a liable part has elected to sign with Australian New Zealand Recycling Platform ( ANZRP) as the Co-Regulatory Arrangement to help Dell acquits its obligation to reduce the amount of waste going to landfill, increase recycling rates, recover valuable resources that can be used to make new products and prevent harmful substances found in certain products from getting into the environment.

         

        What does this mean for Private Households & Small Businesses ? Private householders & Small Businesses will be able to return their obsolete IT products and peripherals to Techcollect collection facilities free of charge. Producers (manufacturers, importers, distributors) will be responsible for financing the collection, treatment, recovery and disposal of eWaste from private households deposited at these collection facilities

        For details of a list of collection sites where consumers can drop their end of life IT products please visit www.Techcollect.com.au.

         

        As a Dell customer you can also choose to bring your old Dell electronic equipment through Dell's free Recycling program ( Dell Consumer Recycling link)


      • WEEE消费者立法

         

        中国 - 《废弃电器电子产品回收处理管理条例》与《废弃电器电子产品处理基金征收使用管理办法》
        《废弃电器电子产品回收处理管理条例》颁布于2009年2月25日, 正式实施日期为2011年1月1日, 该条例主要规定电器电子产品生产者和进口者应缴纳废弃电器电子产品处理基金, 并且废弃电器电子产品只能由具有国家认证资格的处理企业实施处理.
        《废弃电器电子产品处理基金征收使用管理办法》颁布于2012年6月1日, 正式实施日期为2012年7月1日, 该办法主要规定应缴纳废弃器电子产品处理基金的产品目录, 相对应的基金费率和基金补贴标准.
        以上条例及办法均可在此政府网站查询: http://www.gov.cn
        戴尔公司严格遵守以上法律法规, 按规定及时缴纳基金并提交基金申报报告.


      • India - E-Waste (Management) Rules, 2016

         

        India - E-Waste (Management) Rules, 2016 was published on 23 March 2016 and came into effect from 01 October 2016. The rules supersedes E-waste (Management & Handling) Rules, 2011 in force since 01 May 2012. The Rules were passed by the Ministry of Environment, Forests & Climate Change, implemented by the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) and monitored by the State Pollution Control Boards (SPCBs).

        The Rules applies to every manufacturer, producer, consumer, bulk consumer, collection centres, dealers, e-retailer, refurbisher, dismantler and recycler involved in manufacture, sale, transfer, purchase, collection, storage and processing of e-waste or electrical and electronic equipment listed in Schedule I (Product categories cover both Information Technology (IT) and Consumer electrical and electronics (CE), including their components, consumables, parts and spares.

        The Rules, requires producers to implement Extended Producers Responsibility which includes collection and channelization of e-waste generated from the 'end of life' products with the targets prescribed and to ensure that the mechanism of such e-wastes are channelized to authorized dismantler or recycler. The Rules allows producers to set-up a general scheme of collection through dealers, collection centers, Producer Responsibility Organization, buy-back arrangement, exchange scheme, Deposit Refund System, etc. The Rules also prescribes further responsibilities for producers and other stakeholders. The Rules can be downloaded here.

        Dell has, as a part of its Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR), appointed Karo Sambhav Private Limited, a Producer Responsibility Organization (PRO - an industry collective program) to a) create awareness b) meet WEEE collection targets c) work towards development of a sustainable eco-system for effective management of e-waste and d) support future policy development. For further details, please visit their website at www.karosambhav.com

        What does this mean for our customers?
        The Rules places responsibilities on consumer and bulk consumer of electrical and electronic equipment listed in Schedule I to ensure that e-waste generated by them is channelized through collection center or dealer of authorized producer or dismantler or recycler or through the designated takeback service provider of the producer to authorized dismantler or recycler. In addition, bulk consumers are required to 1) maintain records of e-waste generated by them in a format provided in the Rules and make it available for scrutiny by competent authorities and 2) file Annual Returns to the SPCB.


        Our consumer customers will be able to return their obsolete IT products to Dell, in accordance with our producer responsibility policy. As a customer you can also choose to bring your old Dell electronic equipment through our Return to Dell services.

        Alternatively, consumers can drop off any brand of non-working electronic product in one of our conveniently located E-waste Drop-off Locations.

        Our commercial customers may utilize Dell’s Asset Resale and Recycling Services.


      • Vietnam - Decision No. 16/2015/QD-TTg dated May 22, 2015 of the Prime Minister on regulations on collection and treatment of discarded products.

         

        Vietnam - The Decision is in force as of 15 July 2015. The Decision provides regulations on collection and treatment of discarded products within the Socialist Republic of Vietnam. The Decision shall apply to manufacturers, consumers and other organizations or individuals involved in take-back and treatment of discarded products in Vietnam.

        The Decision requires manufacturing enterprises including official importers, official distributors and primary distributors to takeback discarded products i.e. receive and collect discarded products for management and treatment in accordance with legal requirements. The Decision allows manufacturing enterprises and distributors to set up Collection points and receive discarded products at their own location as requested by the manufacturing enterprises. The Decision also prescribes further responsibilities which can be downloaded here.

        According to the Decision, the consumers have responsibilities to ensure to return the discarded products to Collection points provided by the manufacturers and they have the rights to request manufacturers to receive their discarded products.

        Consumers can drop off discarded product at the below located Basic Collection Points:


        City Address Contact No.
        Ho Chi Minh Dell HCM Office: Unit 2B, Level 6, Kumho Asiana Saigon, (602B Kumho Asiana Plaza), 39 Le Duan Str., District 1, Ho Chi Minh City + 848 3822 1366
        Hanoi Dell Hanoi Office: Unit 2601, 26th Floor, East Tower, Lotte Center Hanoi, 54 Lieu Giai, Ba Dinh District, Hanoi + 844 3766 8800


        Our consumer customers will be able to return their obsolete IT products to Dell, in accordance with our producer responsibility policy.

      • Canada - Householf WEEE

         

        Fees as of October 1, 2018


        Province Provincial Program Details
        Alberta (Alb.)

        The Province of Alberta (AB) passed regulation establishing a funding system for the collection and recycling of designated electronic products. The regulation requires manufacturers to collect an environmental fee for designated electronic devices sold into the Province of Alberta.

        Under the current law and regulations, the following Dell-branded and third-party products sold into Alberta will be subject to a provincial environmental fee:

        • Desktop and server computers, rack servers - $4.40
        • Notebook computers - $1.20
        • Displays under 30" (including TVs and monitors) - $4.00
        • Displays over 30" (including TVs and monitors) - $10.00
        • All-in-one computers - $4.00
        • Printers - $4.80

        Details of the program can be found here:
        https://www.albertarecycling.ca/

        Detailed product listings and elated fees can be found here:
        https://www.albertarecycling.ca/suppliers/electronic-suppliers/

        Implementation date: July 1, 2004

         

        British Columbia (BC)

        The Province of British Columbia (BC) has passed regulation establishing a funding system for the collection and recycling of designated electronic products. The regulation requires manufacturers to collect a provincial environmental fee for certain electronic devices sold into the Province of British Columbia. Under the regulation, the following Dell-branded and third-party products sold into British Columbia will be subject to an environmental fee:


        • Desktop computers (includes IT/telecom and data center equipment 10–50 kg) - $1.40
        • Portable computers (includes IT/telecom and data center equipment 2–10 kg) - $1.00
        • Computer peripherals (includes all gaming peripherals, hard drives and lapdocks with no speakers) - $0.20
        • Desktop printers (including POS printers) - $1.25
        • Floor standing devices (includes IT/telecom >50 kg, floor printers and so on) - $10.00
        • Display Devices up to 29" - $7.00
        • Display Devices 30" - 45" - $12.00
        • Display Devices 46" and up - $28.00
        • Personal/portable audio and video devices (includes IT/telecom less than 2 kg, e-readers, magnetic-strip readers, handheld GPS and so on) - $0.25
        • Home/non-portable audio and video devices (now includes projectors, musical instruments less than 200 kg and so on) - $1.10
        • Aftermarket vehicle audio and video players - $1.10
        • Home theatre in a box (HTB) - $1.10

        Program details can be found here: http://www.recyclemyelectronics.ca/bc/


        Detailed product listings and related fees can be found here:


        Implementation date: August 1, 2018


        British Columbia introduced Packaging Regulation that obligates brand owners and first importers to report amounts sold to British Columbia and remit payment for their safe recycling and disposal. Material includes printed paper and catalogues, corrugated and box board cardboard materials, and other paper packaging as well as plastic packaging. Brand owners are responsible for payment of these materials. Consumers are not being charged related fees. Details can be found here: https://recyclebc.ca/


        Implementation date: May 2014


        British Columbia introduced regulation regarding batteries that obligates brand owners and first importers to pay fees for the collection and safe disposal of these materials. Consumers can drop off their household batteries weighing less than 5 kg each at any of the Call2Recycle collection sites. There is no charge to consumers for recycling.


        Program details can be found here: http://www.call2recycle.ca/province/


        Implementation date: May 1, 2014

         

        Nova Scotia (NS)

        The Province of Nova Scotia has passed regulation establishing a funding system for the collection and recycling of designated electronic products. The regulation requires manufacturers to collect a provincial environmental fee for designated electronic devices sold into the Province of Nova Scotia. Under the regulation, the following Dell-branded and third-party products sold into Nova Scotia will be subject to an environmental fee:


        • Desktop computers (CPU) - $2.50
        • All-in-one computers - $10.00
        • Laptops/netbooks - $1.50
        • Display Devices up to 29" - $10.00
        • Display Devices 30” - 45" - $20.00
        • Display Devices 46" and up - $35.00
        • Desktop printers/printer combos - $3.00
        • Peripherals (mouse, keyboard etc.) - $0.50
        • Non-Cellular Telephones and telephone answering machines - $0.60
        • Personal/portable image, audio and video devices - $0.50
        • Home/non-portable audio and video players - $2.00
        • Home theatre in a box (HTB) - $2.00
        • Aftermarket vehicle audio and video players - $2.00

        Program details can be found here: http://www.recyclemyelectronics.ca/ns/


        Detailed product listings and related fees can be found here: http://www.recyclemyelectronics.ca/ns/stewards/products-definitions-and-ehf/


        Implementation date: February 1, 2008

         

        Ontario (ON)

        The Province of Ontario has passed regulation establishing a funding system for the collection and recycling of designated electronic products. The regulation requires manufacturers to collect a provincial environmental fee for designated electronic devices sold into the Province of Ontario.


        Under the regulation, the following Dell-branded and third-party products sold into Ontario will be subject to an environmental fee:


        • Desktop computers (CPU) - $1.40
        • All-in-one computers - $7.00
        • Laptops/netbooks - $1.00
        • Display Devices up to 29" - $7.00
        • Display Devices 30" - 45" - $12.00
        • Display Devices 46" and up - $28.00
        • Desktop printers/printer combos - $2.50
        • Floor printers (single and multi-function models) - $25.00
        • Peripherals (mouse, keyboard etc., per unit charge) - $0.75
        • Non-Cellular Telephones and telephone answering machines - $1.50
        • Cellular telephones - $0.07
        • Personal/portable image, audio and video devices - $0.75
        • Home/non-portable audio and video players - $2.50
        • Home theatre in a box (HTB) - $2.50
        • Aftermarket vehicle audio and video players - $2.50

        Program details can be found here: http://www.ontarioelectronicstewardship.ca/


        Detailed product listings and related fees can be found here: http://www.ontarioelectronicstewardship.ca/program/accepted-electronics


        Implementation date: April 1, 2009


        Ontario introduced Packaging Regulation that obligates brand owners and first importers to report amounts sold to Ontario and remit payment for their safe recycling and disposal. Material includes printed paper and catalogues, corrugated and box board cardboard materials, and other paper packaging as well as plastic packaging. Brand owners are responsible for payment of these materials. Consumers are not being charged related fees. Materials are collected in residential Blue Box Program. Details can be found here: http://www.stewardshipontario.ca/


        Implementation date: February 1, 2004


        Ontario introduced regulation regarding batteries that obligates brand owners and first importers to pay fees for the collection and safe disposal of these materials. Consumers can drop off all household batteries weighing less than 5 kg each at any of the Call2Recycle collection sites. There is no charge to consumers for recycling. Details can be found here: http://www.call2recycle.ca/province/

        Implementation date: July 1, 2008

         

        Prince Edward Island (PE)

        The Province of Prince Edward Island has passed regulation establishing a funding system for the collection and recycling of designated electronic products. The regulation requires manufacturers to collect a provincial environmental fee for designated electronic devices sold into the Province of Prince Edward Island. Under the regulation, the following Dell-branded and third-party products sold into Prince Edward Island will be subject to an environmental fee:

        • Desktop computers (CPU) - $2.50
        • All-in-one computers - $10.00
        • Laptops/netbooks - $1.50
        • Displays (includes TVs and Monitors) <30” - $10.00
        • Display Devices 30" - 45" - $20.00
        • Display Devices 46" and up - $35.00
        • Desktop printers/printer combos - $3.00
        • Peripherals (mouse, keyboard etc.) - $0.50
        • Non-Cellular Telephones and telephone answering machines - $0.60
        • Personal/portable image, audio and video devices - $0.50
        • Home/non-portable audio and video players - $2.00
        • Home theatre in a box (HTB) - $2.00
        • Aftermarket vehicle audio and video players - $2.00

        Program details can be found here: http://www.recyclemyelectronics.ca/pei


        Detailed product listings and related fees can be found here: http://www.recyclemyelectronics.ca/pei/stewards/products-definitions-and-ehf/

        Implementation date: July 1, 2010

         

        Saskatchewan (SK.)

        Saskatchewan has passed regulation establishing the collection and recycling of designated electronic products. The regulation requires manufacturers such as Dell Canada Inc. ("Dell") to collect a provincial environmental fee for certain electronic devices sold into the Province of Saskatchewan.


        Under the current law and regulations, the following Dell-branded and third-party products sold into Saskatchewan will be subject to a provincial environmental fee:

        • Desktop computers (CPU) - $1.00
        • All-in-one computers - $5.00
        • Laptops/netbooks - $0.80
        • Display Devices up to 29" - $5.00
        • Display Devices 30" - 45" - $10.00
        • Display Devices 46" and up - $25.00
        • Desktop printers/printer combos - $1.00
        • Floor printers (single and multi-function models) - $10.00
        • Peripherals (mouse, keyboard etc.) - $0.20
        • Personal/portable image, audio and video devices - $0.20
        • Home/non-portable audio and video players - $0.90
        • Home theatre in a box (HTB) - $0.90
        • Non-Cellular Telephones - $0.25
        • Aftermarket vehicle audio and video players - $0.90

        Program details can be found here: http://www.recyclemyelectronics.ca/sk/


        Detailed product listings and related fees can be found here: http://www.recyclemyelectronics.ca/sk/stewards/products-definitions-and-ehf/


        Implementation date: February 1, 2007


        Saskatchewan introduced packaging regulations under the Household Packaging and Paper Stewardship Program Regulations in February of 2013. The regulation obligates brand owners and first importers to report amounts sold to Saskatchewan and remit payment for their safe recycling and disposal. Material includes printed paper and catalogues, corrugated and box board cardboard materials, and other paper packaging as well as plastic packaging. Brand owners are responsible for payment of these materials. Consumers are not being charged related fees. Details can be found here: www.multimaterialsw.ca

         

        Implementation date: January 2015

         

        Manitoba (MB.)

        The Electrical and Electronic Equipment Stewardship Regulation under The Waste Reduction and Prevention Act was registered on February 3, 2010 and gazetted on February 13. To view the regulations, visit https://www.recyclemyelectronics.ca/mb/stewards/regulations-and-approved-plan/


        An industry-led stewardship plan was developed to improve Manitobans' access to safe and responsible recycling of waste electronic materials. The program launched on August 1, 2012.


        Under the current law and regulations, the following Dell-branded and third-party products sold into Manitoba will be subject to a provincial environmental fee:


        • Desktop and server computers - $1.00
        • All in One Computers - $5.00
        • Notebook computers - $0.80
        • Printers - $1.00
        • Peripherals (mouse, keyboard, etc.) - $0.20
        • Display Devices up to 29" - $5.00
        • Display Devices 30" - 45" - $10.00
        • Display Devices 46" and up - $25.00
        • Desktop printers/printer combos - $1.00
        • Personal/portable audio/video - $0.20
        • Home audio/video - $0.90
        • Home theatre in a box - $0.90
        • Vehicle audio/video systems - $0.90
        • Non-cellular telephones - $0.25
        • Floor printers (single and multi-function models) - $10.00

        For more details and to see a list of products and their Environmental Handling Fees visit http://recyclemyelectronics.ca/mb/

        Manitoba introduced Packaging Regulation that obligates brand owners and first importers to report amounts sold to Manitoba and remit payment for their safe recycling and disposal. Material includes printed paper and catalogues, corrugated and box board cardboard materials, and other paper packaging as well as plastic packaging. Brand owners are responsible for payment of these materials. Consumers are not being charged related fees.

        Program details can be found here: http://www.stewardshipmanitoba.org/

        Implementation date: March 31, 2010

        Manitoba introduced regulation regarding batteries that obligates brand owners and first importers to pay fees for the collection and safe disposal of these materials. Consumers can drop off all household batteries weighing less than 5 kg each at any of the Call2Recycle collection sites. There is no charge to consumers for recycling. Details can be found here: http://www.call2recycle.ca/province/

        Implementation date: April 1, 2011

         

        Quebec (QC)

        The Quebec Regulation “respecting the recovery and reclamation of products by enterprises” was introduced on July 14, 2011 and came into effect July 14, 2012. To enable compliance with the regulations, Dell Canada Inc. has joined EPRA QC or ARPE QC, an approved industry collective program that is managing the responsible recycling of electronics in that province. For more information on EPRA QC please visit their website at http://www.recyclemyelectronics.ca/qc Under the current regulation, the following products sold into Quebec must be reported to EPRA QC:

        • Desktop computers (CPU)
        • All-in-one computers
        • Laptops/netbooks
        • Display Devices up to 29"
        • Display Devices 30" - 45"
        • Display Devices 46" and up
        • Desktop printers/printer combos
        • Floor standing IT Equipment (includes Printers, Copier, Servers and Routers up to 120kg)
        • Peripherals (mouse, keyboard etc.)
        • Non-Cellular Telephones and telephone answering machines
        • Cellular devices
        • Personal/portable image, audio and video devices
        • Home/non-portable audio and video players
        • Home theatre in a box (HTB)

        The sale of these products triggers an environmental handling fee (eco fee) that is commonly passed to the consumer for payment. Dell Canada Inc. has analyzed the Quebec regulations and determined that the best course of action for our customers and the environment is to pay the fees ourselves, and not to pass along these fees to our retail partners or customers. Dell will instead remit the fees directly to EPRA QC.


        In addition, our customers can take advantage of free recycling options at EPRA QC approved depots. A full list of these depots can be found at http://www.recyclemyelectronics.ca/qc


        Implementation date: October 1, 2012


        Quebec introduced Packaging Regulation that obligates brand owners and first importers to report amounts sold to Quebec and remit payment for their safe recycling and disposal. Material includes printed paper and catalogues, corrugated and box board cardboard materials, and other paper packaging as well as plastic packaging. Brand owners are responsible for payment of these materials. Consumers are not being charged related fees.


        Program details can be found here: http://www.ecoentreprises.qc.ca/companies


        Implementation date: 2005


        Quebec introduced regulation regarding batteries that obligates brand owners and first importers to pay fees for the collection and safe disposal of these materials. Consumers can drop off all household batteries weighing less than 5 kg each at any of the Call2Recycle collection sites. There is no charge to consumers for recycling. Details can be found here: http://www.call2recycle.ca/province/


        Implementation date: August 1, 2015

         

        Newfoundland & Labrador (NL)

        The Province of Newfoundland and Labrador has passed regulation establishing a funding system for the collection and recycling of designated electronic products. The regulation requires manufacturers to collect a provincial environmental fee for designated electronic devices sold into the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador.

        Under the regulation, the following Dell-branded and third-party products sold into Newfoundland and Labrador will be subject to an environmental fee:

        • Desktop computers (CPU) - $2.75
        • All-in-one computers - $10.00
        • Laptops/netbooks - $1.50
        • Display Devices up to 29" - $10.00
        • Display Devices 30" - 45" - $20.00
        • Display Devices 46" and up - $35.00
        • Desktop printers/printer combos - $3.00
        • Peripherals (mouse, keyboard etc.) - $0.50
        • Non-Cellular Telephones and telephone answering machines - $0.60
        • Personal/portable image, audio and video devices - $0.50
        • Home/non-portable audio and video players - $2.00
        • Home theatre in a box (HTB) - $2.00
        • Aftermarket vehicle audio and video players - $2.00

        Program details can be found here: http://www.recyclemyelectronics.ca/nl/

        Detailed product listings and related fees can be found here: http://www.recyclemyelectronics.ca/nl/stewards/products-definitions-and-ehf/

        Implementation date: August 1, 2013

         

        Northwest Territories (NT)

        Northwest Territories (NT) passed regulation in August of 2015, establishing a funding system for the collection and recycling of designated electronic products. The regulation requires manufacturers, distributors and retailers to collect an environmental fee for designated electronic devices sold into Northwest Territories.


        Under the current law and regulations, the following Dell-branded and third-party products sold into Northwest Territories will be subject to a provincial environmental handling fee (EHF):


        • Desktop and server computers, rack servers - $10.50
        • Notebook computers - $3.00
        • Displays under 30" (including TVs and monitors) - $12.25
        • Displays 30"- 45” (including TVs and monitors) - $24.50
        • Displays over 46" (including TVs and monitors) - $40.00
        • Printers - $8.00
        • All in One Computers - $12.25

        To reduce cost and improve efficiency, the Alberta Recycling Management Authority (Alberta Recycling) has been contracted by the Government of the Northwest Territories to administer the revenue portion of the Electronics Recycling Program and will be the main point of contact for distributors.


        Details of the program can be found here: http://www.albertarecycling.ca/electronics-recycling-program


        Detailed product listings and related fees can be found here: http://www.albertarecycling.ca/electronics-recycling-program


        Implementation date: February 1, 2016

         

        New Brunswick (NB)

        The Province of New Brunswick has passed regulation establishing a funding system for the collection and recycling of designated electronic products. The regulation requires manufacturers to collect a provincial environmental fee for designated electronic devices sold into the Province of New Brunswick.


        Under the regulation, the following Dell-branded and third-party products sold into New Brunswick will be subject to an environmental fee as of June 1, 2017:


        • Desktop Computers - $5.50
        • Notebook Computers - $4.50
        • Display Devices (televisions & monitors <30”) - $16.00
        • Display Devices (televisions & monitors 30”-45”) - $31.00
        • Display Devices (televisions & monitors >46”) - $46.00
        • Desktop Printers - $5.50
        • Computer Peripherals - $0.75
        • Personal/Portable Audio/Video Systems- $0.75
        • Home Audio/Video Systems - $2.75
        • Home Theatre in a Box (HTB) Systems - $2.75
        • Vehicle Audio/Video Systems (Aftermarket) - $2.75
        • Non-Cellular Telephones - $0.85
        • Cellular Telephones - $0.07

        Program details can be found here: http://recyclemyelectronics.ca/nb/


        Detailed product listings and related fees can be found here: http://epra.ca/what-is-a-steward/product-definitions-fees-clarification-protocols


        Implementation date: June 1, 2017

         

        Nunavut

        No regulatory requirements

         

        Yukon (YK)

        The Yukon government has established an electronics waste management program under the Environment Act - Regulation to Amend the Designated Materials Regulation (O.I.C. 2003/184),with revision O.I.C. 2016/88 which amends the Designated Materials Regulation and sets out the requirements for the program. The amendment was introduced May 11, 2016. The electronics waste program will be an extended producer responsibility program like those implemented across existing provinces.


        To enable compliance with the regulations, Dell Canada Inc. has joined EPRA Yukon, an approved industry collective program that is managing the responsible recycling of electronics in that province together with the Government of Yukon. For more information, please visit their website at http://recycleyukonelectronics.ca/


        Under the current regulation, the following products sold into Yukon must be reported to EPRA Yukon:


        • Desktop computers - $2.80
        • All-in-one computers - $14.00
        • Portable Computers (Laptops, notebook etc) - $2.00
        • Display Devices up to 29" - $14.00
        • Display Devices 30" - 45" - $24.00
        • Display Devices 46" and up - $56.00
        • Desktop printers/printer combos - $2.50
        • Computer Peripherals (mouse, keyboard etc) - $0.40
        • Non-Cellular Telephones and answering machines - $0.90
        • Cellular devices and pagers - $0.14
        • Personal/Portable Audio/Video Playback and/or Recording Systems - $0.50
        • Home Audio/Video Playback and/or Recording Systems - $2.20
        • Home theatre in a Box (HTB) - $2.20
        • Aftermarket Vehicle Audio and Video Systems - $2.20

        These Environmental Handling Fees will be remitted by Dell directly to EPRA Yukon for both Dell and third party products that we sell into Yukon to be in full compliance with the Yukon regulation. Dell will not charge customers and partners at this time. We will re-evaluate charging these fees in future and will communicate potential changes.

        Program details can be found here: http://recycleyukonelectronics.ca/

        Detailed product listings and related fees can be found here: http://recycleyukonelectronics.ca/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/20180716-Clarification-electronic-products-YukonDMR.pdf

        Implementation date: October 1, 2018

         

         


        Packaging Recycling
        Dell’s goal is to provide sustainable packaging for all the products we produce. As part of our Legacy of Good Plan our goal is to have zero waste in our packaging by 2020 by integrating alternative material into the packaging to create sustainable design quality and best-in-class packaging, while offering our customers an excellent experience. Recycling packaging locally helps to minimize the environmental impact from transporting empty packaging for recycling. For information about local recycling options for consumer packaging in Canada, please contact your municipal or provincial government.


        Institutional Packaging Takeback
        Dell offers free take-back of packaging on a limited scope of products for institutional customers only. Please contact recycling_Canada@Dell.com for more information.