kc-unit 10 - RINTED CIRCUIT BOARD TECHNOLOGY CENTRE ISE...

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1 PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD TECHNOLOGY CENTRE PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD TECHNOLOGY CENTRE 1 Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering The Hong Kong Polytechnic University ISE 372/388 WEEE and Green challenges  to different industries By K.C. Yung, Associate Professor PhD, MSc(Eng), BEng, CEng, MIEE, MHKIE, SrMHKSQ, ISO9000 Assessor Honorary Advisor, HK Printed Circuit Association Founding Director, HK Electronic Packaging & Manuf. Service Association MEng Award Coordinator, Faculty of Engineering Centre-in-charge, PCB Technology Centre Associate Director, AMT Research Centre Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering Date : Oct 2006
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PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD TECHNOLOGY CENTRE PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD TECHNOLOGY CENTRE 2 Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering The Hong Kong Polytechnic University Agenda (I) WEEE—European Directives (II) Green challenges (III) (IV) Impact on toy industry
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PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD TECHNOLOGY CENTRE PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD TECHNOLOGY CENTRE 3 Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (I) European Union’s directives W aste E lectrical and E lectronic E quipment ( WEEE ) - require manufacturers to take responsibility for disposal, recycling and/or reuse of their products at end of life. WEEE takes effect on August 13, 2005 RoHS takes effect on July 01, 2006
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PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD TECHNOLOGY CENTRE PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD TECHNOLOGY CENTRE 4 Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering The Hong Kong Polytechnic University   WEEE - Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment The  WEEE  Directive is primarily tasked with reducing the amount of  electrical and  electronic  equipment (often  expressed  as  EEE) from  entering landfill at  the  end of  its  useful  life by  encouraging reuse,  recycling  and  separate  collection.  It  is  apparent  from  this statement that the WEEE directive will not eradicate all EEE from landfill. The  WEEE  Directive is a separate piece of environmental legislation, though it is directly linked to  RoHS .  
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PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD TECHNOLOGY CENTRE PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD TECHNOLOGY CENTRE 5 Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering The Hong Kong Polytechnic University Purpose of WEEE Directive Purpose of WEEE Directive Responsibility Responsibility of Municipality of Municipality Producer Producer responsibility responsibility Distributor Distributor responsibility responsibility
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PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD TECHNOLOGY CENTRE 6 Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering The Hong Kong Polytechnic University Examples of WEEE (1) Examples of WEEE (1) large household large household appliances appliances Automatic dispensers Automatic dispensers Monitoring & Monitoring & control equipment control equipment bottle displays
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