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Guidance for manufacturers, importers, distributors and retailers.
Find out if you must offer free collection of old batteries - batteries you must take back, how to collect and send batteries to be recycled, penalties…
Complying with the batteries and accumulators (placing on the market) regulations for manufacturers.
Electric bikes meeting the EAPC regulations can be ridden on the road without being taxed, licensed or insured
An overview of government's programme to develop cost-effective, high-performance, durable, safe, low-weight and recyclable batteries.
Rules to follow if you put batteries, including batteries in vehicles or appliances, on the UK market for the first time.
Apply for approval as a facility to treat, recycle or export waste batteries for treatment and recycling and the rules you must follow.
Examples of acceptable evidence of broadly equivalent standards for packaging and equivalent standards for waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) and batteries.
Types of vehicle that are free to tax (exempt), including vehicles used by disabled people, mobility scooters, and historic vehicles
Publishing dates for batteries data.…
Information on waste batteries excluded from the regulations, definitions and battery types.
As an employer, if you provide company cars or fuel for your employees' private use, you'll need to work out the taxable value so you can report this to HMRC
The supply of batteries for these devices has been temporarily stopped so there may be a significant delay in the fulfillment of orders for new batteries.…
Safe, environmentally-friendly solutions for vessels utilising lithium-ion batteries for a hybrid system or sole source of propulsion power…
Producer responsibility laws in the UK cover packaging, electrical and electronic equipment (EEE), batteries and end of life vehicles (ELVs).
Understand the European Community (EC) Directive 2006/66/EC on batteries and accumulators and waste batteries and accumulators.
When producers and schemes can deduct exports from the batteries data they must report.
How to travel safely in airports and on aircraft during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.
Seeking views on simplifying the weight thresholds used to define a battery as “portable”.
…Exercise care to avoid fitting inappropriate or counterfeit batteries into portable radio safety equipment.
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