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Belgium Status of New Battery Legislation

Published March 11, 2009

Batteries

Belgium will implement the EU Battery Directive 2006/66/EC of 6 September 2006 through a new Royal Decree.  This new decree will repeal the Royal Decree of 17 March 1997 regarding batteries.  Sanctions are set out in the law of 21 December 1998 on products standards promoting sustainable production and consumption and health and environmental protection.

The Bylaws are complemented by collection and disposal organizational schemes that were set up by importers and manufacturers after the Bylaws came into force.

Implementation of Directive 2006/66/EC, which replaces Directive 91/57/EEC, is likely to be completed sometime between 2010 and 2013 in accordance with the Turkish national program.


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Government Contacts:

Government SPF Santé Publique, Sécurité d...
Direction Générale Environnement
Place Victor Horta 40, boîte 10
1060 Bruxelles
Phone: 02/524 97 27
Fax: 02/524 95 27
Email: info @health.belgium.be

Industry Contacts:

Industry BEBAT
FONDS POUR LA COLLECTE DES PILES - ASBL
Woluwe Garden B
Woluwedal 28 b7
1932 St-Stevens-Woluwe
Phone: 0032 16 76 88 00
Email: info@bebat.be
Web: www.bebat.be

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