Old appliances/electrical and electronic/electro/e-waste is a short name for all waste electrical and electronic devices and equipment, or devices that are no longer in use.
Electrical and electronic equipment and devices means all products which are dependent on electricity or electromagnetic fields in order to work properly. Those also include equipment for generation, transmission and measurement of current or intensity of electromagnetic field, intended for use at a voltage not exceeding 1000 V for alternating current and 1500 V for direct current, and does not include packaging.
Electrical and electronic waste is disposed of free of charge from legal entities, through contact by a handover order, our telephone +387 33 628 606 or by e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Citizens can dispose of their e-waste in any of our waste containers or recycling yards at no charge.
According to the place of origin, e-waste can come from citizens and legal entities, and is divided into five groups:
- VKA - Large household appliances (classes 1 and 10)
- RH - Refrigeration appliances (class 1a)
- MKA - Small household appliances (classes 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9)
- TV - Monitors (class 3a, 4a)
- Bulbs - Fluo and other gas bulbs (class 5a)
E-equipment by class:
- Large household appliances (subclass 1.a - refrigerators and freezers)
- Small household appliances
- IT and telecommunication equipment (subclass 3.a - monitors)
- Entertainment electronics equipment (subclass 4.a - television sets)
- Lighting equipment (subclass 5.a - gas lamps)
- Electrical and electronic tools (other than large-scale stationary industrial tools)
- Toys, leisure and sports equipment
- Medical instruments (other than instruments which can cause radiation or infection)
- Instruments for monitoring and control
- Automated machines