Consultation on WEEE Compliance Fee Methodology 2020

Closed 9 Nov 2020

Opened 12 Oct 2020


The UK Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Regulations 2013 establish a system in which producers of equipment are required to finance the cost of collection, treatment, recovery and recycling of WEEE arising from private households. The WEEE Regulations establish a system of annual collection targets that are imposed on producer compliance schemes (PCSs). The Secretary of State has discretionary powers to approve a compliance fee methodology as an alternative form of compliance payable by PCSs that fail to achieve their collection target. This consultation contains two proposals from external organisations for a compliance fee methodology and administrator for 2020. Comments are invited on whether the Secretary of State should set a compliance fee for 2020 and if so the extent to which each of the proposals meet the published evaluation criteria. If you would like to keep in contact with us to express interest in this, or any other Defra consultation, please give us your details through the link below


  • Local Authorities
  • Waste Producers and Handlers
  • Local Authorities
  • Producer Compliance Schemes
  • WEEE Treatment Facilities


  • Waste and recycling