Italy

REPORT/STUDYSUMMARYDocuments including WEEE flows/quantities
Extended Producer Responsibility organisations and their strategic role for ProducersErion and Sofies, 2021: The study compares the flows of WEEE, waste batteries and accumulators and waste packaging streams in France, Germany, Spain, Italy and the United Kingdom, providing an overview that highlights the commonalities and noteworthy practices among the EPR organisations of these countries.
Author(s): Federico Magalini; Joséphine Courtois; Amba Concheso; Caroline Heinz.
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CdC RAEE- WEEE Annual Report 2019CdC RAEE (Italian WEEE Collection Agency): Annual Report for 2019 covering the activities of the national system for treatment of WEEE.48
CdC RAEE - WEEE Annual report 2018CdC RAEE (Italian WEEE Collection Agency): Annual Report for 2018 covering the activities of the national system for treatment of WEEE.48
Holes in the Circular Economy: WEEE Leakage from Europe.A Report of the e-Trash Transparency Project.Basel Action Network, 2018: The report reveals the findings of a two-year study in 10 EU countries (Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Poland, Spain, and the UK ) that followed 314 old computers, printers, and monitors in which GPS Trackers had been secretly installed to determine the rate and flows of "leakage" from the EU of consumer-generated WEEE. 19 (6%) of the tracked scrap equipment was exported to the countries of Ghana, Hong Kong, Nigeria, Pakistan, Tanzania, Thailand, and Ukraine, outside of the EU; the flows discovered, if extrapolated, would total 352,474 metric tonnes per annum, moving from the EU to developing countries.
Author(s): Jim Puckett; Chris Brandt; and Hayley Palmer.
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CdC RAEE - WEEE Annual report 2017CdC RAEE (Italian WEEE Collection Agency): Annual Report for 2017 covering the activities of the national system for treatment of WEEE.48
CdC RAEE - WEEE Annual report 2016CdC RAEE (Italian WEEE Collection Agency): Annual Report for 2016 covering the activities of the national system for treatment of WEEE.48
CdC RAEE - WEEE Annual report 2015CdC RAEE (Italian WEEE Collection Agency): Annual Report for 2015 covering the activities of the national system for treatment of WEEE.48
I pirati dei RAEE
Dall’analisi dei fenomeni d’illegalità nella raccolta, gestione e riciclo dei rifiuti da apparecchiature elettriche ed elettroniche, alle attività di prevenzione e di contrasto
(The pirates of WEEE
From the analysis of the phenomena of illegality in the collection, management and recycling of waste from electrical and electronic equipment, to prevention and law enforcement activities)
CdC RAEE and Legambiente, 2014: Legambiente collected numbers, processed data, carried out research and surveys on time in order to draw, for the first time in Italy, a photograph in the round of the current situation.The aim of the report is to analyze all the data on the management of WEEE collected, putting in report the effects of the so-called informal management of the entire supply chain, from collection to treatment, and monitoring the effects.
Text in Italian. Translation not available.
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CdC RAEE - WEEE Annual report 2014CdC RAEE (Italian WEEE Collection Agency): Annual Report for 2014 covering the activities of the national system for treatment of WEEE.48
Threat Assessment -Italian Organised CrimeEuropol, 2013: The restricted version of this document, made available to the EU law enforcement community, aims at explaining the nature and structure of the four Italian Mafias: Sicilian Mafia, Calabrian ‘Ndrangheta, Neapolitan Camorra and Apulian Organised Crime. It analyses their international dimension, the different attitudes they assume when operating outside their territory, the well-practised and new modi operandi used in their criminal operations, and their trans-national strategies. It also attempts to anticipate their next moves, and indeed to identify possible vulnerabilities and the course of actions necessary to successfully combat Mafia activity.
Threat Assessment -Italian Organised CrimeEuropol, 2013: The restricted version of this document, made available to the EU law enforcement community, aims at explaining the nature and structure of the four Italian Mafias: Sicilian Mafia, Calabrian ‘Ndrangheta, Neapolitan Camorra and Apulian Organised Crime. It analyses their international dimension, the different attitudes they assume when operating outside their territory, the well-practised and new modi operandi used in their criminal operations, and their trans-national strategies. It also attempts to anticipate their next moves, and indeed to identify possible vulnerabilities and the course of actions necessary to successfully combat Mafia activity.
Apparecchi elettrici ed elettronici non più in uso presso le famiglie italiane (Doxa Survey. End-of-life appliances and electronic devices in Italian households)ECODOM, 2013: Italians seem reluctant to consign WEEE for separate collection, so a very large number of decommissioned electrical and electronic appliances are just sitting in cupboards, lofts or cellars. Doxa performed a survey to identify the most common reasons.
Text in Italian. Translation not available.
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CdC RAEE - WEEE Annual report 2013CdC RAEE (Italian WEEE Collection Agency): Annual Report for 2013 covering the the activities of the national system for treatment of WEEE.
Text in Italian. Translation not available.
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CdC RAEE - WEEE Annual report 2012CdC RAEE (Italian WEEE Collection Agency): Annual Report for 2012 covering the activities of the national system for treatment of WEEE.48
Household WEEE generared in Italy. Analysis on Volumes & Consumer disposal behavior for Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment.
Country Study 2012
ECODOM, 2012: Ecodom commissioned a team from the Milan Polytechnic and Ipsos, under the guidance of the United Nations University (UNU), to undertake research to establish the amount of household WEEE generated in Italy every year.
Author(s): Federico Magalini; Jaco Huisman; Feng Wang.
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