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  • Which metal recyclers participate?

    Auto- en Scheepssloperij Treffers BV, Hendrik Figeeweg 35 in Haarlem

    Bossche IJzer- en Metaalhandel Van Erp BV, Ketelaarskampweg 46 in ‘s-Hertogenbosch

    Collin BV, James Cookweg 8 in Venlo

    Coolrec Nederland BV, Grevelingenweg 3 te Dordrecht

    De Graaf Metaal B.V., Hertzstraat 10 in Purmerend

    Emmer Schroot- en Metaalhandel B.V., Albatrosstraat 2 in Emmen

    Gebroeders Jansen Ijzer en Metaalhandel B.V., Coevorderkanaal 9-A in Coevorden

    Heinhuis IJzer & Metaalrecycling BV, Ballastweg 10 in Eibergen

    Helmondse Schroothandel BV, Deurneseweg 1 in Helmond

    Helmondse Schroothandel Waalwijk BV, Industrieweg 57 in Waalwijk

    HKS Scrap Metals B.V., Kwadrantweg 72 in Amsterdam

    HKS Scrap Metals B.V., Sportlaan 50 in Eindhoven

    HKS Scrap Metals B.V., Oude Boekeloseweg 38 in Hengelo

    HKS Scrap Metals B.V., Kleverskerkseweg 65 in Middelburg

    HKS Scrap Metals B.V., Graanweg 18 in Moerdijk

    HKS Scrap Metals B.V., Nijverheidsweg 72 in Nijmegen

    HKS Scrap Metals B.V., De Kalkovens 30 in Zwartsluis

    Holland Recycling, Schouwrooij 8 in Boxtel

    Hoogeveense Metaal Recycling B.V., Fokkerstraat 4 in Hoogeveen

    Huiskes Boer Metaal BV, Scottweg 17 in Goes

    Huiskes Metaal BV, Veerweg 9 in Waalwijk

    J. Helmond & Zn Metaalhandel, Rijksstraatweg 53C in Culemborg

    J.J. Vos & Zn, Rijksweg 17 in Den Helder

    Jacomij Electronics Recycling B.V., Molenvliet 25 in Wijk bij Duurstede

    Korlaar BV, Nijverheidsweg 5 in SOEST

    Krommenhoek Metals b.v., Linschotenstraat 21 in Rotterdam

    Metaalhandel W. Ketting & Zn BV, Bakkersoordsekade 4-16 Havennummer 2918 in Pernis

    Mirec B.V., Hastelweg 251 in Eindhoven

    Nannings Metaalhandel B.V., Kernweg 24 in Hoorn

    Nehlsen Metaal Recycling Nederland B.V., Gdanskweg 45 in Groningen

    Noord Nederlandse Schrootverwerking, Oostelijke Industrieweg 23 in Franeker

    P. Knobel BV, Vaartkant 1a in ROOSENDAAL

    PreZero Scheemda – (voorheen Virol), Dollardweg 1 in Midwolda

    Prometaal, Westkanaaldijk 20 in Maarssen

    Raak Metals BV, Ledeboerstraat 62 in Tilburg

    RD Metals BV, Planckstraat 63 in Dordrecht

    Regelink Schroothandel, Haatlandhaven 4 in Kampen

    Riwald BV, Buitenhaven Oostzijde 2 in Almelo

    Simmeren Schroot BV, Winschoterweg 1a in Groningen

    Springers De Roeck Recycling BV, Kruisbaken 14 in Zaandam

    Steenhuis Recycling BV, Renselweg 1a in Winschoten

    Stolwerk Metaal B.V., Valveeken 5 in Breda

    Van der Meulen Metaal B.V., Einsteinweg 16 in Leeuwarden

    Van Gerrevink BV, Sint-Maarten 2 in Apeldoorn

    Van Leeuwen Papier- en Metaalhandel BV, De Hooge Krocht 155 in Noordwijk

    Van Leeuwen Recycling Groep, Doklaan 22 in Rotterdam

    Van Munster Recyclers, Keltenweg 40 in Oss

    Van Pelt Recycling B.V., Klompenmakerstraat 10 in Ridderkerk

  • Who can participate in the scheme?

    Metal recyclers who are members of the MRF and who are allowed to collect e-waste according to their permit. Companies that are not members of the MRF may also participate, however, in that case they must be able to demonstrate that they meet the requirements of the MRF Quality Mark (www.mrf.nl/keurmerk). For this purpose, you can contact one of the certifying organisations listed on the MRF site, which will check whether your company meets the requirements. You can then immediately start delivering e-waste to any of the participating CENELEC processors. After a successful audit by the certifying organisation, you will receive a retrospective payment of the fee. The participating certification organisations are published on the MRF website, where you will also find information on the MRF Quality Mark. Alternatively, ISO9001 and ISO14001 are allowed provided that the provisions of chapter 4.6 of the MRF Quality Mark (WEEE) are included in the scope. Another alternative is the NEN standard NVN-CLC/TS 50625-4.

  • Why this Incentive Scheme?

    It is in the interest of a sustainable and circular society that e-waste is properly processed after use. This goal can only be achieved if metal recyclers hand over the collected e-waste for processing to electronics processors with a CENELEC certificate. The cooperation of metal recyclers is therefore crucial, which is why this E-waste Incentive Scheme was created. With this, collectors are financially rewarded for every ton of e-waste that is properly delivered to a processor.

     

  • How does the scheme work in practice?

    The Basics
    Metal recyclers can participate if their permit allows them to collect e-waste and if they meet the requirements of the MRF Hallmark or comparable.
    Those companies can register with the OPEN Foundation and sign a contract with Stichting OPEN.

    Handing over and payments
    The collecting metal recyclers keep the e-waste separated and they deliver the material to the CENELEC processor participating in the scheme. These are listed on the website of Stichting OPEN.
    The processor reports the received weight of e-waste to Stichting OPEN.
    Stichting OPEN pays € 125 per ton to the metal recycler that handed over the material.

     

  • I receive mail from Afvalbeheerstuctuur AEEA B.V.(AEEA B.V.). Is that you?

    Yes, for the contracting of the waste management structure at Stichting OPEN has established a purchasing organization called Waste Management Structure WEEE B.V. (AEEA B.V.). AEEA B.V. is a 100% subsidiary of Stichting OPEN and takes care of the contracting and invoicing.