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FOTOKIKLOSI is part of the WEEE Forum, an International not-for-profit Association of Electronic Waste Producer Responsibility Organisations. There are currently 46 members of the WEEE Forum, mainly from Europe.
Over the years, producer responsibility organisations in the WEEE Forum have acquired substantial know-how on the technical aspects of collection, logistics and processing of WEEE. Since their foundation, the producer responsibility organisations of the WEEE Forum have collected, de-polluted and recycled or sent for preparation for re-use 21 million tonnes of WEEE.
The WEEE Forum is a globally unique platform for facilitating knowledge and best practice exchange between organisations across the WEEE value chain. Its focus is to help not-for-profit producer responsibility organisations in their pursuit to continuously improve their e-waste management strategies and techniques.
Through its contribution to the WEEE knowledge base and the active promotion of best practice in the sector across the globe, the WEEE Forum creates added value through collaboration and knowledge exchange in task forces and working groups, shares ideas with policymakers to make WEEE legislation more effective and supports the transformation of the current linear economy into the circular economy.

WEEELABEX
FOTOKIKLOSI is a member of WEEELABEX, which is an international non-profit legal entity, created on 17 April 2013 in Prague, set up qualification auditors in the WEEELABEX standards, as well as to promote the adoption of these standards by operators and member states as a means to improve WEEE management practices in Europe.
WEEELABEX (‘WEEE label of excellence’) is the acronym of a project (2009-12) co-financed by LIFE, the environmental program of the European Community (LIFE07 ENV/B/000041). The objectives of the project were two-fold. One was to design a set of standards with respect to the collection, sorting, storage, transportation, preparation for re-use, treatment, processing, and disposal of all kinds of WEEE. The other objective was to put in place a process of monitoring companies through audits conducted by auditors trained by its Office. Successful audits will result in operators, processes being listed on a publicly accessible WEEELABEX website. This procedure, whereby processes are audited and listed, is referred to as ‘Conformity Verification’ (CV). Therefore, apart from the standards and the start-up of the new organisation, the project has also resulted in proprietary audit process documents and reporting templates.

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