One day workshops

Trainings are tailed to specific regional and national needs but usually cover the following sessions:

  • Session 1: Addressing the e-waste challenge: Better data - Better policies
  • Session 2: Country presentations
  • Session 3: General Principles of E-waste Statistics
  • Session 4: How to track “sales of electronic equipment”, and how to measure “e-waste generated”?
  • Session 5: How to measure e-waste collected and recycled?
  • Session 6: How to measure imports and exports of e-waste?
  • Session 7: How to use the e-waste toolkit?
  • Session 8: Group discussion on workplan on e-waste statistics

supporting material

E-waste Statistics: Guidelines on Classifications, Reporting and Indicators, second edition

Year of publication: 2018

The second edition of “E-waste Statistics: Guidelines for Classification, Reporting and Indicators 2015” provides an update on the universally relevant e-waste measurement framework and a classification of e-waste.

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E-waste Statistics: Guidelines for Classification, Reporting and Indicators 2015

Year of publication: 2015

The first edition of “E-waste Statistics: Guidelines for Classification, Reporting and Indicators 2015” provides a universally relevant e-waste measurement framework and a classification of e-waste.

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Correspondence Tables

Year of publication: 2015

The central classification for e-waste are the so-called UNU-KEYS. The UNU-KEYS groups electronic products into homogeneous groups of average weight, market behaviour, and environmental relevance.

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E-waste Calculation Tools

Year of publication: n/a

The European Commission makes publicly available the WEEE calculation tools customised for each one of the Member States

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Script in R for e-waste indicators

Year of publication: n/a

The Global E-waste Statistics Partnership uses a modified version of “Waste over Time” script for estimating the missing global e-waste indicators on EEE Put on the Market and E-waste Generated

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