Become affiliated

Recipo offers producers of electrical and electronic products, batteries and tyres a simple and cost-efficient solution to fulfil your producer responsibility. We assume responsibility for end-of-life products from the time they are handed over for recovery or reuse until the material is completely recovered or the product reused. With Recipo you can feel secure about everything from reporting to public authorities to the material being disposed of in a responsible and effective way.

Order collection from shops

Collection from shops is part of the Ordinance on Producer Responsibility for Electrical and Electronic Equipment (Swedish Code of Statutes – SFS 2014:1075) and a way of increasing the collection of end-of-life electrical and electronic products. Shops selling consumer electrical and electronic equipment in an area of more than 400 m2 should accept a reasonable quantity of end-of-use products from users. It is enough for smaller shops to receive 1-for-1.

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Our members

Recipo is owned by an economic association, the aim of which is to assist affiliated producers to fulfil their producer responsibility.

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“At El-Giganten we assume responsibility for our products throughout the value chain. Recipo helps us to ensure that our products are treated in a way that is friendly to health and the environment when they end up as waste. As Recipo assumes responsibility for the collected material from collection to final treatment, we can feel confident that we are fulfilling our producer responsibility.”

Vebjörn Eilertsen
Director Environmental Affairs, Elköp Nordic AS

Gothenburg 7-8 mars 2018

Recipo supports Circular Materials Conference

At Recipo, we think it is important to work towards a circular economy and circular material flows. It is important to constantly moving the development forward, and we want to be a part of the new solutions. Therefore are we a sponsoring partner for the Circular Materials Conference, which takes place in Gothenburg on 7-8 March 2018.

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Producer responsibility and sustainability in focus

Rules and regulations for producer responsibility for electrical and electronic products were introduced in 2005 to create an environmentally sustainable society, both today and in the future. The aim of all recovery is reduce the negative impact on the environment and health when new products are manufactured and when old products end up as waste.
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