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WEEE/RoHS: Poland

Update as of December 15, 2011

The WEE directive of July 29th, 2005, (2002/96/EC), into the Polish law as well as RoHS directive of January 23rd , 2003, 2002/95/EC), introduced to the Polish law on July 1st, 2006 require all electric and electronic products to be registered with the Glowny Inspektorat Ochrony Srodowiska, Chief Inspectorate for Environmental Protection http://www.gios.gov.pl/?language=2

To learn more about the process of registration, contact the Chief Inspectorate for Environmental Protection office, m.tomczak@gios.gov.pl, See below for more contact details.

General Information can be found at:

http://www.mg.gov.pl/English/ECONOMY/Industrial+Policy/ROHS+Directive/

http://www.mg.gov.pl/English/ECONOMY/Industrial+Policy/Directive+WEEE/

Here are contacts to the Polish organizations responsible for implementation of WEEE Directive:

Main Inspectorate for Environmental Protection GIOS
Ms. Izabela Szadura, Head of Market Inspection
Tel: +48 22 57 92 220
Fax: +48 22 57 92 302
E-mail: i.szadura@gios.gov.pl
Ms. Malgorzata Tomczak, Head Specialist
Tel: +48 22 57 92 234
Email: m.tomczak@gios.gov.pl

For further information, please contact:

Anna Janczewska, Commercial Specialist
email: Anna.Janczewska@trade.gov
tel: +48 22 625 4374


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