Waste from Electrical and Electronic Equipment (Electrical and Electronic Equipment). This Directive deals with the reprocessing, sorting and processing of products which do not comply with the Directive. The WEEE Directive aims to increase the recycling rate of electrical and electronic equipment and encourages product developers to consider recycling later in the design process. A key element is the potential liability of producers and importers (referred to in the Directive as "producers") to cover the costs of collection, treatment and recovery of electrical and electronic equipment. If this point is already taken into consideration during product development, there is a chance of reducing these costs. Furthermore, large stationary industrial tools are excluded from the scope of the Directive. For spare parts, the old procedure containing lead may still be used. Almost 60% of SR SYSTEM-ELEKTRONIK CRT monitors are used as spare parts. SR SYSTEM-ELEKTRONIK is registered with the Stiftung Elektro-Altgeräte Register as a manufacturer/authorised representative within the meaning of section 6 paragraph 1 sentence 1, section 17 paragraphs 1 and 2 ElektroG in connection with the Federal Environment Agency's lending decision of July 6th, 2005.