|Report/Study||Summary||Documents including WEEE flows/quantities|
|National Environment (Electrical and Electronic Sector) Regulations, 2011||Federal Ministry of Environment of Nigeria, 2011: National regulations to provide measures for preventing and minimazing pollution from operations and ancillary activities of the electrical and electronic sector to the environment.|
|Guidance Document For The Implementation Of The Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) Programme||Nigerian Environmental Standards and Regulations Enforcement Agency (NESREA), 2021: The purpose of this document is to provide guidance to all stakeholders in the Electrical/Electronics sector for the implementation of the EPR programme in Nigeria.|
|Person in the Port Project: Assessing Import of Used Electrical and Electronic Equipment into Nigeria||UNU-ViE SCYCLE and BCCC Africa, 2017: This report presents the method and results of the inspection of containers and vehicles, and the review of import documents, associated with used electrical and electronic equipment (UEEE) imports in Nigeria, in 2015 and 2016. The containers with imported UEEE represent around 0.7% of all containers with goods, thus, on average, 1 out of 143 imported containers was found to contain UEEE. The results show that legal compliance is still a severe problem. |
Research report from the Project: Person-in-the-Port Project to Examine Nigeria’s E-waste Imports.
Author(s): Odeyingbo, Olusegun; Nnorom, Innocent; Deubzer, Otmar.