The project aimed to prove that of electrical & electronic equipment waste can be reused as a secondary raw material for metal processing.

In the past few years, several collecting technologies have been developed for WEEE. The main goal of the project is to collect and distribute all the possible technologies for processing WEEE, and to help to change paradigm to concern who produces WEEE above the average quantity. Therefore the main target groups of the project are the WEEE-collectors, factories and concerns dealing with logistics, servicing and restoration of WEEE. Consortium intents to organise events for the target groups to introduce WEEE as a secondary raw material and so to reduce costs at factories or allow them to produce income from it.

Implementation period: 01/04/2017-30/01/2020

Partners: 5 partners from 4 countries (Belgium, Hungary, Germany, Slovenia)

The Hungarian partner of the project is the Bay Zoltán Nonprofit Ltd. for Applied Research.

This project was funded by EIT KIC Raw Materials.

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Further information:
Patricia GROÓ-NAGY international project manager