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Waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE)

Information organisations in Wales that are EEE Producers, Approved Authorised Treatment Facilities (AATF’s), Approved Exporters (AE’s) and Producer Compliance Schemes

The Regulations aim to reduce the amount of WEEE going to landfill and reduce the hazardous substances contained in electronic and electrical equipment.

Approved Authorised Treatment Facilities (AATF’s)

If you operate a WEEE authorised treatment facility (ATF) in Wales you can apply for additional approval to become an approved authorised treatment facility (AATF).

AATFs can issue evidence notes for reuse and treatment on the UK WEEE they receive on behalf of producer compliance schemes. This WEEE is known as ‘obligated WEEE’.

See full details on becoming an AATF at:

Send queries and completed applications to:

Approved Exporters (AE’s)

You must apply for approval if you are an exporter in Wales and you want to:

  • issue evidence notes on whole appliances for reuse overseas received from or on behalf of a producer compliance scheme (PCS)
  • export materials extracted from WEEE for treatment, recovery or recycling outside the UK received from an approved authorised treatment facility (AATF) – the AATF issues the evidence on this WEEE

See full details on becoming an AE at:

Send queries and completed applications to:

EEE Producers

If you are based in Wales and put EEE on the UK market you must follow rules on both the EEE you sell and the EEE that becomes waste (WEEE).

EEE producers must play a part in protecting natural resources and managing waste EEE in the best way for people and the environment.

Full details of an EEE producers responsibilities can be found at: - EEE producers

Queries can be e-mailed to:


Producer Compliance Scheme (PCS)

A producer compliance scheme (PCS) is a membership organisation. The members are producers of electrical and electronic equipment (EEE).

A PCS is responsible for registering all its members every year and must:

  • ensure it meets its financial obligations under the WEEE regulations
  • fulfil its data reporting obligations

Full details of becoming a PCS in Wales can be found at:

Queries can be e-mailed to: 


Application fees can be paid in the following ways:


Make the electronic transfer to:

Company name Natural Resources Wales  
Company address  Income Department, PO BOX 663, Cardiff, CF24 0TP 
Bank RBS
Address    National Westminster Bank Plc, 2 ½ Devonshire Square, London, EC2M 4BA  
Sort code  60-70-80  
Account number   10014438   


Please put WEEE in the payment reference and e-mail the reference and date of payment to:


Send the cheque to:

Producer Responsibility Unit, Rivers House, St Mellons Business Park, St Mellons, Cardiff, CF11 6QU

Credit Card

Complete this credit card payment form and e-mail: 

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