Main expected objectives

Main expected objectives of WEEE TRACE project are to:

  • Increase collection levels and proper treatment of WEEE by 52,000 tonnes/year (a 32% increase vs. baseline).
  • Avoid emissions of 53,200 tonnes of CO2-equivalent per year as a result of the collection and treatment of CFC in waste fridges (12% additional emissions avoidance vs. baseline).
  • Avoid emissions of 5,800 tonnes/year of CO2 as a result of the increase in recycling levels and recovery of materials (29% additional emissions avoidance vs. baseline).
  • Reduce treatment costs of waste fridges between 4 to 10 €/unit as a result of increased collection volumes, improvements in logistics, better identification of treatment needs and minimization of administration compliance burden.
  • Target opportunities for market replication. Over an addressable market of 29 customers with similar needs across Europe, Project expects to achieve 2 additional replication opportunities during its 36 months duration.


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