Information for Recyclers and Treatment Facilities

To comply with the Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) directive, by request, Radware provides recycling information for all new equipment on the market in Europe after August 13, 2005.

Click here to contact a Radware specialist for more information.

Please select your country below to become familiar with the collection and recycling provisions for each country within Europe.

Austria – Collection and Recycling

Radware equipment is sold in Austria by dealers. The dealer acts as the importer of the equipment into Austria and has the legal responsibility to:

  • Register as the WEEE producer in Austria
  • Finance arrangements for collection and recycling of WEEE arising from Radware equipment sold by the dealer in Austria

Under the Austrian Ordinance on Waste Prevention, Collection and Treatment of Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE Ordinance) that came into force on August 13th 2005, for equipment that you buy from a Radware dealer after August 13th 2005, the dealer is required to finance the collection, treatment, recycling and recovery of WEEE that your new purchase replaces, on a one-for-one, like-for-like basis. The old equipment that your new purchase from a Radware dealer replaces is referred to as Historic WEEE.

Under the WEEE Ordinance, the dealer is also required to finance the collection, treatment, recycling and recovery of any electrical and electronic equipment that you buy from the dealer after August 13th 2005 when that equipment eventually becomes waste. This is referred to as New WEEE.

Radware has decided to provide WEEE collection and recycling on behalf of its dealers in Austria.

Radware products are very competitively priced. Any new increase in operating costs for manufacturers such as Radware is normally reflected in a price increase in the product. However, instead of increasing the prices of our products Radware has decided to share these new environmental costs directly with our customers. We believe in being transparent with you on any new environmental costs that our products need to address.

Our approach to sharing these new environmental costs is:

  • You pay for transportation of your WEEE to Radware's appointed recycler in Austria
  • Radware pays for the costs of treatment, recycling and recovery of the WEEE to meet the targets set by the Act
  • Radware pays for the costs of data management and reporting to the Chief Inspector of Environmental Protection to demonstrate compliance with all administrative requirements of the Act

Radware has established a recycling contract with the European Advanced Recycling Network (EARN) and will cover any costs of treatment, recycling and recovery of the equipment on arrival at the EARN facility in Austria. All Historic and New WEEE that arises from the purchase of Radware products is classed as non-hazardous waste*

* Radware customers sending equipment for recycling are advised that you MUST remove all batteries PRIOR to collection to avoid the equipment being classed as hazardous waste

Under Austrian waste management regulations, you are free to use any carrier you wish to collect and transport the Historic and New WEEE to the EARN recycler.

In order to help EARN identify Radware equipment upon arrival to the recyclers' address, please click on the link below to download the recycling label to be used. Please complete this label with your company details and attach it to a suitable box for transport to EARN

Recycling label for Customers in Austria

WEEE Reporting Recycling Data for Radware Equipment in Austria

Under Article 24 of the WEEE Ordinance, Radware dealers must provide annual information of the quantities and categories of electrical and electronic equipment put on the market, reused, recycled and recovered within Austria.

EARN will prepare the recycling data report for Radware. Information in the EARN recycling data report will be made available upon request.

Belgium – Collection and Recycling

Regulations concerning the management of waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) in Belgium are implemented by the following regulations in each Administrative Region:

  • In the Flanders (Flemish) Region, by amendments to the Waste Prevention and Management Ordinance (VLAREA) which came into force on December 1st 2004
  • In the Wallonia Region, by an amendment to the existing Producer Responsibility Decree which came into force on June 3rd 2005
  • In the Brussels Capital Region, by an amendment to the existing Producer Responsibility Decree which came into force on June 3rd 2005

Under the WEEE Regulations for each Administrative Region of Belgium, for equipment that you buy from Radware after August 13th 2005, Radware finances the collection, treatment, recycling and recovery of WEEE that your new purchase replaces, on a one-for-one, like-for-like basis. The old equipment that your new Radware product replaces is referred to as Historic WEEE.

Under the Regulations in each Administrative Region, Radware also finances the collection, treatment, recycling and recovery of any new electrical and electronic equipment that you buy from Radware after August 13th 2005, when that new equipment eventually becomes waste. This is referred to as New WEEE.

Radware products are very competitively priced. Any new increase in operating costs for manufacturers such as Radware is normally reflected in a price increase in the product. However, instead of increasing the prices of our products Radware has decided to share these new environmental costs directly with our customers. We believe in being transparent with you on any new environmental costs that our products need to address.

Our approach to sharing these new environmental costs is:

  • You pay for transportation of your WEEE to Radware's appointed recycler in Belgium.
  • Radware pays for the costs of treatment, recycling and recovery of the WEEE to meet the targets set by the WEEE Regulations for each region in Belgium
  • Radware pays for the costs of data management and reporting through membership to local collective system Recupel in order to demonstrate compliance with all administrative requirements of the Belgium WEEE Regulations in each region.

Radware has established a recycling contract with the European Advanced Recycling Network (EARN) and will cover any costs of treatment, recycling and recovery of the equipment on arrival at the EARN facility in Belgium . All Historic and New WEEE that arises from the purchase of Radware products is classed as non-hazardous waste.

You should contact the EARN recycler below (who will be appropriately authorised to transport WEEE in Belgium) to arrange and pay for WEEE collection and transport to its recycling facility.

Recycler Telephone Fax Website
Coolrec (Recydel) +32 43 70 94 60 + 32 43 70 94 69 www.coolrec.com

Bulgaria – Collection and Recycling

Radware equipment is sold in Bulgaria by dealers. The dealer acts as the importer of the equipment into Bulgaria and has the legal responsibility to:

  • Register as the WEEE producer in Bulgaria
  • Finance arrangements for collection and recycling of WEEE arising from Radware equipment sold by the dealer in Bulgaria

Please contact the dealer directly to find out how they are meeting these obligations for your waste electrical and electronic equipment.

Contact information for dealers in Bulgaria:

Company Website
Bynet www.bynet-bg.com
eFellows www.efellows.bg

Cyprus – Collection and Recycling

Radware does not have a sales office or approved distributor in Cyprus. Instead, Radware products are sold directly to business end-users in Cyprus from distributors in neighbouring Member States or through Radware in Israel.

Selling products directly to an end-user in another Member State is known as 'distance selling'. The WEEE Directive and Member State WEEE Regulations state that Radware is not responsible for WEEE arising from distance sales of business products directly to the business end-user through Radware in Israel. Instead, it is the business end-user's responsibility to ensure that products which they buy through distance selling arrangements are managed in an environmentally responsible manner at end of life.

Czech Republic – Collection and Recycling

Radware equipment is sold in the Czech Republic by dealers. The dealer acts as the importer of the equipment into Sweden and has the legal responsibility to:

  • Register as the WEEE producer in the Czech Republic
  • Finance arrangements for collection and recycling of WEEE arising from Radware equipment sold by the dealer in the Czech Republic

Under Act 352/2005 on the details of management of waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE), for equipment that you buy from a Radware dealer after August 13th 2005, the dealer is required to finance the collection, treatment, recycling and recovery of WEEE that your new purchase replaces, on a one-for-one, like-for-like basis. The old equipment that your new purchase from the Radware dealer replaces is referred to as Historic WEEE.

Under Act 352/2005, the dealer is also required to finance the collection, treatment, recycling and recovery of any new electrical and electronic equipment that you buy from the dealer after August 13th 2005, when that new equipment eventually becomes waste. This is referred to as New WEEE.

Radware has decided to provide WEEE collection and recycling on behalf of its dealers in the Czech Republic.

Radware products are very competitively priced. Any new increase in operating costs for manufacturers such as Radware is normally reflected in a price increase in the product. However, instead of increasing the prices of our products Radware has decided to share these new environmental costs directly with our customers. We believe in being transparent with you on any new environmental costs that our products need to address.

Our approach to sharing these new environmental costs is:

  • You pay for transportation of your WEEE to Radware's appointed recycler in the Czech Republic.
  • Radware pays for the costs of treatment, recycling and recovery of the WEEE to meet the targets set by Act 352/2005
  • Radware pays for the costs of data management and reporting to the Ministry of Environment Department of Waste Management to demonstrate compliance with all administrative requirements of Act 352/2005

Radware has established a recycling contract with the European Advanced Recycling Network (EARN) and will cover any costs of treatment, recycling and recovery of the equipment on arrival at the EARN facility in Austria. All Historic and New WEEE that arises from the purchase of Radware products is classed as non-hazardous waste*

* Radware customers sending equipment for recycling are advised that you MUST remove all batteries PRIOR to collection for the following reasons:

  • To avoid the equipment being classed as hazardous waste
  • To ensure the equipment is classed as 'Green Waste' for transfrontier shipment across the national border to Austria

It is your responsibility to arrange and pay for costs of collection and transportation to EARN. In order to meet the requirements under Act 185/2001 for waste disposal, you should use one of the following carriers (which hold a valid Waste Carriers License):

Company Website
Kuehne + Nagelagel www.kn-portal.com

Please click on the link below to download the recycling label you should use. Please complete this label with your company details and attach it to a suitable box for transport to EARN.

Recycling label for Customers in the Czech Republic

WEEE Reporting Recycling Data for Radware Equipment in the Czech Republic

Under Section 27 of the Regulation on Producer Responsibility, Radware dealers must provide annual information of the quantities and categories of electrical and electronic equipment put on the market, reused, recycled and recovered within The Czech Republic

EARN will prepare the recycling data report for Radware. Information in the EARN recycling data report will be made available upon request.

Denmark – Collection and Recycling

Radware equipment is sold in Denmark by dealers. The dealer acts as the importer of the equipment into Denmark and has the legal responsibility to:

  • Register as the WEEE producer in Denmark
  • Finance arrangements for collection and recycling of WEEE arising from Radware equipment sold by the dealer in Denmark

Please contact the dealer directly to find out how they are meeting these obligations for your waste electrical and electronic equipment.

Contact information for dealers in Denmark:

Company Website
Rantek www.rantek.dk

Estonia – Collection and Recycling

Radware equipment is sold in Estonia by dealers. The dealer acts as the importer of the equipment into Estonia and has the legal responsibility to

  • Register as the WEEE producer in Estonia
  • Finance arrangements for collection and recycling of WEEE arising from Radware equipment sold by the dealer in Estonia

Please contact the dealer directly to find out how they are meeting these obligations for your waste electrical and electronic equipment.

Contact information for dealers in Estonia:

Company Telephone
Vendomar Ltd +372-6-996450

France – Collection and Recycling

Under the French Decree on the Prevention and Management of Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) which came into force on August 13th 2005, the financing of collection and recycling of any waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) arising from equipment bought before August 13th 2005 is the customers responsibility. This is regardless of whether the equipment is being replaced by a new piece of equipment from Radware. Equipment purchased before August 13th 2005 is referred to as Historic WEEE.

Under the Decree, Radware is required to finance the collection, treatment, recycling and recovery of any new electrical and electronic equipment that you buy from Radware after August 13th 2005, when that new equipment eventually becomes waste. This is referred to as New WEEE.

Radware products are very competitively priced. Any new increase in operating costs for manufacturers such as Radware is normally reflected in a price increase in the product. However, instead of increasing the prices of our products Radware has decided to share these new environmental costs directly with our customers. We believe in being transparent with you on any new environmental costs that our products need to address. Our approach to sharing these new environmental costs is:

  • You pay for transportation of your WEEE to Radwares appointed recycler in France.
  • Radware pays for the costs of treatment, recycling and recovery of the WEEE to meet the targets set by the Decree
  • Radware pays for the costs of data management and reporting to the Agency for Environment and Energy Management (ADEME) to demonstrate compliance with all administrative requirements of the Decree

Radware has established a recycling contract with the European Advanced Recycling Network (EARN) and will cover any costs of treatment, recycling and recovery of the equipment on arrival at the EARN facility in France . All New WEEE that arises from the purchase of Radware products is classed as non-hazardous waste.

It is your responsibility to arrange and pay for costs of collection and transportation to EARN. Under Decree 98-679 1998 Relating to Road Transport, the Trade and the Broking of Waste, you are free to use any carrier you wish to collect and transport non-hazardous WEEE to the EARN recycler, providing the total weight of equipment to be transported isless than 500 kg.

For larger quantities of waste you may wish to contact the recycler directly in order to arrange and pay for an alternative collection method. The Radware recyclers in France are:

Location Company Telephone Website
North of the Loire River Coolrec France S.A. +33 (0)3 20 30 76 16 www.coolrec.nl
South of the Loire River Indumetal Recycling, S.A +34 944 710 165 www.indumetal.com

In order to help EARN identify Radware equipment upon arrival to the recyclers' address, please click on the link below to download the recycling label to be used. Please complete this label with your company details and attach it to a suitable box for transport to EARN

Please click on the link below to download the recycling label you should use. Please complete this label with your company details and attach it to a suitable box for transport to EARN.

Recycling label for Customers in France (North of Paris)

Recycling label for Customers in France (South of Paris)

WEEE Reporting Recycling Data for Radware Equipment in France

Under Article 14 of the Decree, Radware must provide annual information of the quantities and categories of electrical and electronic equipment put on the market, reused, recycled and recovered within France.

EARN will prepare the recycling data report for Radware. Information in the EARN recycling data report will be made available upon request.

Finland – Collection and Recycling

Radware equipment is sold in Finland by dealers. The dealer acts as the importer of the equipment into Finland and has the legal responsibility to:

  • Register as the WEEE producer in Finland
  • Finance arrangements for collection and recycling of WEEE arising from Radware equipment sold by the dealer in Finland

Please contact the dealer directly to find out how they are meeting these obligations for your waste electrical and electronic equipment.

Contact information for dealers in Finland:

Location Telephone
Daimler Finland OY +358-9-56011174

Germany – Collection and Recycling

Under the Germany Act Governing the Sale, Return and Environmentally Sound Disposal of Electrical and Electronic Equipment (ElektroG) which came into force on August 13th 2005, the financing of collection and recycling of any waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) arising from equipment bought before March 24th 2006 is the customers responsibility. This is regardless of whether the old equipment is being replaced by a new item of equipment purchased from Radware. Waste arising from equipment purchased before March 24th 2006 is referred to as Historic WEEE.

Under the ElektroG Act, Radware is required to finance the collection, treatment, recycling and recovery of any new electrical and electronic equipment that you buy from Radware after March 24th 2006, when that new equipment eventually becomes waste. This is referred to as New WEEE.

Radware products are very competitively priced. Any new increase in operating costs for manufacturers such as Radware is normally reflected in a price increase in the product. However, instead of increasing the prices of our products Radware has decided to share these new environmental costs directly with our customers. We believe in being transparent with you on any new environmental costs that our products need to address.

Our approach to sharing these new environmental costs is:

  • You pay for transportation of your WEEE to Radwares appointed recycler in Germany.
  • Radware pays for the costs of treatment, recycling and recovery of the WEEE to meet the targets set by the ElektroG Act
  • Radware pays for the costs of data management and reporting to the Federal Environmental Agency (UBA) to demonstrate compliance with all administrative requirements of the ElektroG Act

Radware has established a recycling contract with the European Advanced Recycling Network (EARN) and will cover any costs of treatment, recycling and recovery of the equipment on arrival at the EARN facility in Germany . All New WEEE that arises from the purchase of Radware products is classed as non-hazardous waste.

It is your responsibility to arrange and pay for costs of collection and transportation to EARN. Under German waste management regulations, you are free to use any carrier you wish to collect and transport the New WEEE to the EARN recycler.

Forlarger quantities of waste, you may want to contact the recycler directly to arrange and pay for alternative collection methods. The EARN recycling facility in Germany is:

Recycler Telephone Website
Electrocycling +49 (0)5321 336724 www.electrocycling.de

In order to help EARN identify Radware equipment upon arrival to the recyclers' address, please click on the link below to download the recycling label to be used. Please complete this label with your company details and attach it to a suitable box for transport to EARN

Recycling label for Customers in Germany

WEEE Reporting Recycling Data for Radware Equipment in Germany

Under Part 2, Section 13 of ElektroG, Radware must provide annual information of the quantities and categories of electrical and electronic equipment put on the market, reused, recycled and recovered within Germany.

EARN will prepare the recycling data report for Radware. Information in the EARN recycling data report will be made available upon request.

Greece – Collection and Recycling

Radware equipment is sold in Greece by dealers. The dealer acts as the importer of the equipment into Greece and has the legal responsibility to:

  • Register as the WEEE producer in Greece
  • Finance arrangements for collection and recycling of WEEE arising from Radware equipment sold by the dealer in Greece

Please contact the dealer directly to find out how they are meeting these obligations for your waste electrical and electronic equipment.

Contact information for dealers in Greece:

Recycler Telephone E-mail
Takis Peppas +30 694 461 2333 takis@dataplex.gr
Vassilis Sanidas +30 210 650 41320 vsan@space.gr

Hungary – Collection and Recycling

Radware equipment is sold in Hungary by dealers. The dealer acts as the importer of the equipment into Hungary and has the legal responsibility to:

  • Register as the WEEE producer in Hungary
  • Finance arrangements for collection and recycling of WEEE arising from Radware equipment sold by the dealer in Hungary

Please contact the dealer directly to find out how they are meeting these obligations for your waste electrical and electronic equipment.

Contact information for dealers in Hungary:

Recycler Telephone
Lanex Consulting Ltd +36 1 386 8004
Ring-Net Szamitastechnikai +36 1 212 5875

Ireland – Collection and Recycling

Radware equipment is sold in the Republic of Ireland by dealers. The dealer acts as the importer of the equipment into the Republic of Ireland and has the legal responsibility to:

  • Register as the WEEE producer in the Republic of Ireland
  • Finance arrangements for collection and recycling of WEEE arising from Radware equipment sold by the dealer in the Republic of Ireland

Please contact the dealer directly to find out how they are meeting these obligations for your waste electrical and electronic equipment.

Contact information for dealers in the Republic of Ireland:

Recycler Telephone
Compaq +35-38685421
Lucent Technologies Int. Sales Ltd. +353 (1) 8864444

Israel – Collection and Recycling

For electrical waste and equipment recylcing, please contact the company below for information and requirements.

Recycler Telephone Website
World Recycling Ltd +08-9437535 http://worldrecycling.co.il

Italy – Collection and Recycling

Under the Italian Decree to implement 2002/96/EC Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Directive which came into force on August 13th 2005, for equipment that you buy from Radware after December 31st 2010, Radware is required to finance the collection, treatment, recycling and recovery of WEEE that your new purchase replaces, on a one-for-one, like-for-like basis. This is providing the weight of the old equipment is less than double that of the new purchase. The old equipment that your new purchase from Radware replaces is referred to as Historic WEEE.

Under the Decree, Radware is also required to finance the collection, treatment, recycling and recovery of any new electrical and electronic equipment that you buy from Radware after December 31st 2010, when that new equipment eventually becomes waste. This is referred to as New WEEE.

Radware products are very competitively priced. Any new increase in operating costs for manufacturers such as Radware is normally reflected in a price increase in the product. However, instead of increasing the prices of our products Radware has decided to share these new environmental costs directly with our customers. We believe in being transparent with you on any new environmental costs that our products need to address.

Our approach to sharing these new environmental costs is:

  • You pay for transportation of your WEEE to Radwares appointed recycler in Italy
  • Radware pays for the costs of treatment, recycling and recovery of the WEEE to meet the targets set by the Decree
  • Radware pays for the costs of data management and reporting to the Ministry of Environment to demonstrate compliance with all administrative requirements of the Decree

Radware has established a recycling contract with the European Advanced Recycling Network (EARN) and will cover any costs of treatment, recycling and recovery of the equipment on arrival at the EARN facility in Italy . All Historic and New WEEE that arises from the purchase of Radware products is classed as non-hazardous waste.

It is your responsibility to arrange and pay for costs of collection and transportation to EARN. In order to meet Italian regulations for waste disposal, you should use one of the following carriers (which hold a valid Waste Carriers License):

Company Telephone E-mail
S.Eco Servizi Ecologici on behalf ofKuehne+Nagel +39 (0)45 8204880 info@s-eco.it

For larger quantities of waste you may wish to contact the recycler directly in order to arrange and pay for an alternative collection method. The EARN recycling facility in Italy is:

Company Telephone Website
STENA SIAT S.r.l +39 (0)30 2733326 http://www.stenatechnoworld.com/it

Please click on the link below to download the recycling label you should use. Please complete this label with your company details and attach it to a suitable box for transport to EARN.

Recycling label for Customers in Italy

WEEE Reporting Recycling Data for Radware Equipment in Italy

Under Article 13 of the Decree, Radware must provide annual information of the quantities and categories of electrical and electronic equipment put on the market, reused, recycled and recovered within Italy.

EARN will prepare the recycling data report for Radware. Information in the EARN recycling data report will be made available upon request.

Latvia – Collection and Recycling

Radware equipment is sold in Latvia by dealers. The dealer acts as the importer of the equipment into Latvia and has the legal responsibility to:

  • Register as the WEEE producer in Latvia
  • Finance arrangements for collection and recycling of WEEE arising from Radware equipment sold by the dealer in Latvia

Please contact the dealer directly to find out how they are meeting these obligations for your waste electrical and electronic equipment.

Contact information for dealers in Latvia:

Company Telephone
OptiCom +371-9-228571

Lithuania – Collection and Recycling

Radware does not have a sales office or approved distributor in Lithuania. Instead, Radware products are sold directly to business end-users in Lithuania from distributors in neighbouring Member States or through Radware in Israel.

Selling products directly to an end-user in another Member State is known as 'distance selling'. The WEEE Directive and Member State WEEE Regulations state that Radware is not responsible for WEEE arising from distance sales of business products directly to the business end-user through Radware in Israel. Instead, it is the business end-user's responsibility to ensure that products which they buy through distance selling arrangements are managed in an environmentally responsible manner at end of life.

Luxembourg – Collection and Recycling

Higher education institutions must now accommodate a growing number of users and applications, and growing amounts of traffic. The growth in users and traffic means, that the underline network infrastructure must grow in parallel in order to accommodate the ongoing growth.

Radware's unique on-demand infrastructure allows scaling cost-effectively to accommodate future growth in users, applications, and traffic due to its industry-unique "pay-as-you-grow" approach and OnDemand hardware platforms.

In addition, Radware's solution allows increasing asset return on investment (ROI) and reducing CAPEX, by utilizing existing applications and network infrastructure while increasing number of served students and managed traffic.

Company Type Website
Dimension Data Lux Reseller www.didata.com

Malta – Collection and Recycling

Radware does not have a sales office or approved distributor in Malta. Instead, Radware products are sold directly to business end-users in Malta from distributors in neighbouring Member States or from Radware in Israel.

Selling products directly to an end-user in another Member State is known as 'distance selling'. The WEEE Directive and Member State WEEE Regulations state that Radware is not responsible for WEEE arising from distance sales of business products directly to the business end-user from Radware in Israel. Instead, it is the business end-user's responsibility to ensure that products which they buy through distance selling arrangements are managed in an environmentally responsible manner at end of life.

Netherlands – Collection and Recycling

Radware equipment is sold in the Netherlands by dealers. The dealer imports the equipment into the Netherlands. Thus the dealer has the legal responsibility to:

  • Register as the WEEE producer in the Netherlands
  • Finance arrangements for collection and recycling of WEEE arising from Radware equipment that the dealer sells in the Netherlands

Radware has decided to provide WEEE collection and recycling on behalf of its dealers in the Netherlands.

Under the Dutch Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Management Regulations which came into force on January 1st 2005, Radware is responsible for the financing of collection and recycling of the following equipment:

  • Any electrical and electronic equipment that you bought from Radware before August 13th 2005 (referred to as Historic WEEE), which is being replaced by a new piece of equipment bought from Radware; and
  • Any new electrical and electronic equipment that you buy from Radware after August 13th 2005, when that new equipment eventually becomes waste (referred to as New WEEE).

For any other waste electrical and electronic equipment bought before August 13th 2005 which is being replaced by an item of Radware electrical and electronic equipment, the environmentally sound disposal of this other equipment is the customers responsibility.

Radware's approach to providing WEEE compliance arrangements to customers in the Netherlands is as follows:

  • Radware pays for the costs of collection, treatment, recycling and recovery of the WEEE to meet the targets set by the WEEE Management Regulations.
  • Radware pays for the costs of data management and reporting to the Ministry of Spatial Planning, Housing and The Environment (VROM) to demonstrate compliance with all administrative requirements of the WEEE Management Regulations.

Radware has established a recycling contract with the European Advanced Recycling Network (EARN) and will cover the costs of collection, treatment, recycling and recovery of the equipment on arrival at the EARN recycling facility in the Netherlands. All New WEEE that arises from the purchase of Radware products is classed as non-hazardous waste*

* Radware customers sending equipment for recycling are advised that you MUST remove all batteries PRIOR to collection to avoid the equipment being classed as hazardous waste

Please contact EARN directly to arrange for the collection and treatment of the waste. Under these arrangements, Radware will cover the costs of collection and transport if arranged for by the EARN recycling partner:

Coolrec
Grevelingenweg 3
3313 LB Dordrecht
The Netherlands

Contact via website: http://www.coolrec.com/contact.aspx
Phone: +31(0)40 8517 300

EARN will inform their Dutch recycling partner Coolrec BV who will contact you to arrange collection.

Recycling label for Customers in Netherlands

Poland – Collection and Recycling

Radware equipment is sold in Poland by dealers. The dealer acts as the importer of the equipment into Poland and has the legal responsibility to:

  • Register as the WEEE producer in Poland
  • Finance arrangements for collection and recycling of WEEE arising from Radware equipment sold by the dealer in Poland

Under the Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Act in Poland which came into force on October 21st 2005, for equipment that you buy from a Radware dealer after August 13th 2005, the dealer is required to finance the collection, treatment, recycling and recovery of WEEE that your new purchase replaces, on a one-for-one, like-for-like basis. The old equipment that your new purchase from the Radware dealer replaces is referred to as Historic WEEE.

Under the Act, the dealer is also required to finance the collection, treatment, recycling and recovery of any new electrical and electronic equipment that you buy from the dealer after August 13th 2005, when that new equipment eventually becomes waste. This is referred to as New WEEE. Customers of Radware dealers should note that producer responsibility obligations to take back New WEEE in Poland have not yet been finalised

Radware has decided to provide WEEE collection and recycling on behalf of its dealers in Poland.

Radware products are very competitively priced. Any new increase in operating costs for manufacturers such as Radware is normally reflected in a price increase in the product. However, instead of increasing the prices of our products Radware has decided to share these new environmental costs directly with our customers. We believe in being transparent with you on any new environmental costs that our products need to address.

Our approach to sharing these new environmental costs is:

  • You pay for transportation of your WEEE to Radware's appointed recycler in Poland
  • Radware pays for the costs of treatment, recycling and recovery of the WEEE to meet the targets set by the Act
  • Radware pays for the costs of data management and reporting to the Chief Inspector of Environmental Protection to demonstrate compliance with all administrative requirements of the Act

Radware has established a recycling contract with the European Advanced Recycling Network (EARN) and will cover any costs of treatment, recycling and recovery of the equipment on arrival at the EARN facility in Poland. All Historic and New WEEE that arises from the purchase of Radware products is classed as non-hazardous waste*

* Radware customers sending equipment for recycling are advised that you MUST remove all batteries PRIOR to collection to avoid the equipment being classed as hazardous waste

It is your responsibility to arrange and pay for costs of collection and transportation to EARN. In order to meet Polish regulations for waste disposal, you should use one of the following carriers (which hold a valid Waste Carriers License):

Waste Carrier Name: Kuehne + Nagelagel

Website: www.kn-portal.com

Please click on the link below to download the recycling label you should use. Please complete this label with your company details and attach it to a suitable box for transport to EARN.

Recycling label for Customers in Poland

WEEE Reporting Recycling Data for Radware Equipment in Poland
Under Section 27 of the Regulation on Producer Responsibility, Radware dealers must provide annual information of the quantities and categories of electrical and electronic equipment put on the market, reused, recycled and recovered within Poland

EARN will prepare the recycling data report for Radware. Information in the EARN recycling data report will be made available upon request.

Portugal – Collection and Recycling

Radware equipment is sold in Portugal by dealers. The dealer acts as the importer of the equipment into Portugal and has the legal responsibility to:

  • Register as the WEEE producer in Portugal
  • Finance arrangements for collection and recycling of WEEE arising from Radware equipment sold by the dealer in Portugal

Please contact the dealer directly to find out how they are meeting these obligations for your waste electrical and electronic equipment.

Contact information for dealers in Portugal:

Company Phone
Digidoc +351-21-4219700
ETAtronica +351-21-8519919
Euro-D S.A. +531-21-4225600
Pahldata S.A. +351-21-8622040

Romania – Collection and Recycling

Radware equipment is sold in Romania by dealers. The dealer acts as the importer of the equipment into Romania and has the legal responsibility to:

  • Register as the WEEE producer in Romania
  • Finance arrangements for collection and recycling of WEEE arising from Radware equipment sold by the dealer in Romania

Please contact the dealer directly to find out how they are meeting these obligations for your waste electrical and electronic equipment.

Contact information for dealers in Romania:

Company Website
Datentechnik www.datentechnik.com
ICG www.icg.ro

Slovak Republic – Collection and Recycling

Radware does not have a sales office or approved distributor in the Slovak Republic. Instead, Radware products are sold directly to business end-users in the Slovak Republic from distributors in neighbouring Member States or from Radware in Israel.

Selling products directly to an end-user in another Member State is known as 'distance selling'. The WEEE Directive and Member State WEEE Regulations state that Radware is not responsible for WEEE arising from distance sales of business products directly to the business end-user from Radware in Israel. Instead, it is the business end-user's responsibility to ensure that products which they buy through distance selling arrangements are managed in an environmentally responsible manner at end of life.

Slovenia – Collection and Recycling

Radware does not have a sales office or approved distributor in Slovenia. Instead, Radware products are sold directly to business end-users in Slovenia from distributors in neighbouring Member States or through Radware in Israel.

Selling products directly to an end-user in another Member State is known as 'distance selling'. The WEEE Directive and Member State WEEE Regulations state that Radware is not responsible for WEEE arising from distance sales of business products directly to the business end-user through Radware in Israel. Instead, it is the business end-user's responsibility to ensure that products which they buy through distance selling arrangements are managed in an environmentally responsible manner at end of life.

Spain – Collection and Recycling

Radware equipment is sold in Spain by dealers. The dealer acts as the importer of the equipment into Spain and has the legal responsibility to:

  • Register as the WEEEproducer in Spain
  • Finance arrangements for collection and recycling of WEEEarising from Radware equipment that the dealer sells in Spain

Under the Spanish Royal Decree 208/2005 on Electrical and Electronic Equipment and Management of its Waste which came into force on August 13th 2005, for equipment that you buy from a Radware dealer after August 13th 2005, the dealer is required to finance the collection, treatment, recycling and recovery of the waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) that your new purchase replaces, on a one-for-one, like-for-like basis. The old equipment that your new purchase from the Radware dealer replaces is referred to as Historic WEEE.

Under the Decree, the dealer is also required to finance the collection, treatment, recycling and recovery of any new electrical and electronic equipment that you buy from the dealer after August 13th 2005, when that new equipment eventually becomes waste. This is referred to as new WEEE.

Radware has decided to provide WEEEcollection and recycling on behalf of its dealers in Spain.

Radware products are very competitively priced. Any new increase in operating costs for manufacturers such as Radware is normally reflected in a price increase in the product. However, instead of increasing the prices of our products Radware has decided to share these new environmental costs directly with our customers. We believe in being transparent with you on any new environmental costs that our products need to address.

Our approach to sharing these new environmental costs is:

  • You pay for transportation of your WEEEto Radwares appointed recycler in Spain.
  • Radware pays for the costs of treatment, recycling and recovery of the WEEEto meet the targets set by the Decree
  • Radware pays for the costs of data management and reporting to the General Directorate of Quality and Environmental Assessment of the Ministry of the Environment to demonstrate compliance with all administrative requirements of the Decree

Radware has established a recycling contract with the European Advanced Recycling Network (EARN) and will cover any costs of treatment, recycling and recovery of the equipment on arrival at the EARN facility in Spain . All Historic and New WEEEthat arises from the purchase of Radware products is classed as non-hazardous waste*

It is your responsibility to arrange and pay for costs of collection and transportation to EARN. Under Spain waste management procedures, you are free to use any carrier you wish to collect and transport non-hazardous WEEEto the EARN recycler, providing the weight of equipment to be transported is less than 1,000 kg.

In order to help EARN identify Radware equipment upon arrival to the recyclers' address, please click on the link below to download the recycling label to be used. Please complete this label with your company details and attach it to a suitable box for transport to EARN

For larger quantities of waste you may wish to contact the recycler directly in order to arrange and pay for an alternative collection method. The EARN recycling facilities in Spain are:

Location Recycler Telephone Number Website
Eastern Spain Electrorecycling +34 938 316 701 www.electrorecycling.net
North and the Rest of Spain Indumetal Recycling +34 944 710 165 www.indumetal.com
Southern Spain Recilec +34 954 136 008 www.recilec.com
Central Spain Recyberica Ambiental +34 91 848 9452 www.recyberica.com

Recycling label for Customers in Spain (Eastern Region)

Recycling label for Customers in Spain (North and the Rest of Spain)

Recycling label for Customers in Spain (South Region)

Recycling label for Customers in Spain (Central Spain)

WEEE Reporting Recycling Data for Radware Equipment in Spain

Under Article 11 of Decree 208/2005, Radware dealers must provide annual information of the quantities and categories of electrical and electronic equipment put on the market, reused, recycled and recovered within Spain.

EARN will prepare the recycling data report for Radware products. Information in the EARN recycling data report will be made available upon request.

Sweden – Collection and Recycling

Radware equipment is sold in Sweden by dealers. The dealer acts as the importer of the equipment into Sweden and has the legal responsibility to:

  • Register as the WEEE producer in Sweden
  • Finance arrangements for collection and recycling of WEEE arising from Radware equipment sold by the dealer in Sweden

Under the Sweden Regulation on Producer Responsibility for Electrical and Electronic Equipment which came into force on August 13th 2005, for equipment that you buy from a Radware dealer after August 13th 2005, the dealer is required to finance the collection, treatment, recycling and recovery of the waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) that your new purchase replaces, on a one-for-one, like-for-like basis. The old equipment that your new purchase from the dealer replaces is referred to as Historic WEEE.

Under the Regulation, the Radware dealer is also required to finance the collection, treatment, recycling and recovery of any new electrical and electronic equipment that you buy from the dealer after August 13th 2005, when that new equipment eventually becomes waste. This is referred to as New WEEE.

Radware has decided to provide WEEE collection and recycling on behalf of its dealers in Sweden.

Radware products are very competitively priced. Any new increase in operating costs for manufacturers such as Radware is normally reflected in a price increase in the product. However, instead of increasing the prices of our products Radware has decided to share these new environmental costs directly with our customers. We believe in being transparent with you on any new environmental costs that our products need to address.

Our approach to sharing these new environmental costs is:

  • You pay for transportation of your WEEE to Radware's appointed recycler in Sweden.
  • Radware pays for the costs of treatment, recycling and recovery of the WEEE to meet the targets set by the Swedish Regulation
  • Radware pays for the costs of data management and reporting to the Swedish Environmental Protection Agency to demonstrate compliance with all administrative requirements of the Swedish Regulation

Radware has established a recycling contract with the European Advanced Recycling Network (EARN) and will cover any costs of treatment, recycling and recovery of the equipment on arrival at the EARN facility in Sweden. All historic and new WEEE that arises from the purchase of Radware products is classed as non-hazardous waste*

* Radware customers sending equipment for recycling are advised that you MUST remove all batteries PRIOR to collection to avoid the equipment being classed as hazardous waste

It is your responsibility to arrange and pay for costs of collection and transportation to EARN. In order to meet the Swedish Waste Ordinance (2001:1063) requirements for waste disposal, you should use one of the following carriers (which hold a valid Waste Carriers License):

Waste Carrier Name: Transfargo

Website: http://web.transfargo.se/tbs

Please click on the link below to download the recycling label you should use. Please complete this label with your company details and attach it to a suitable box for transport to EARN.

Recycling label for Customers in Sweden

WEEE Reporting Recycling Data for Radware Equipment in Sweden

Under Section 27 of the Regulation on Producer Responsibility, Radware dealers must provide annual information of the quantities and categories of electrical and electronic equipment put on the market, reused, recycled and recovered within Sweden.

EARN will prepare the recycling data report for Radware. Information in the EARN recycling data report will be made available upon request.

United Kingdom – Collection and Recycling

Radware equipment is sold in the United Kingdom by dealers. The dealer acts as the importer of the equipment into the United Kingdom and has the legal responsibility to:

  • Register as the WEEE producer in the United Kingdom
  • Finance arrangements for collection and recycling of WEEE arising from Radware equipment that the dealer sells in the United Kingdom

Under the UK Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Regulations, for equipment that you buy from a Radware dealer after July 2006, the dealer is required to finance the collection, treatment, recycling and recovery of WEEE that your new purchase replaces, on a one-for-one, like-for-like basis. The old equipment that your new purchase from the Radware dealer replaces is referred to as Historic WEEE.

Under the UK WEEE Regulations, the dealer is also required to finance the collection, treatment, recycling and recovery of any new electrical and electronic equipment that you buy from the dealer after July 2006, when that new equipment eventually becomes waste. This is referred to as New WEEE.

Radware has decided to provide WEEE collection and recycling on behalf of its dealers in the UK.

Radware products are very competitively priced. Any new increase in operating costs for manufacturers such as Radware is normally reflected in a price increase in the product. However, instead of increasing the prices of our products Radware has decided to share these new environmental costs directly with our customers. We believe in being transparent with you on any new environmental costs that our products need to address.

Our approach to sharing these new environmental costs is:

  • You pay for transportation of your WEEE to Radwares appointed recycler in the UK.
  • Radware pays for the costs of treatment, recycling and recovery of the WEEE to meet the targets set by the UK WEEE Regulations
  • Radware pays for the costs of data management and reporting to the Environment Agency to demonstrate compliance with all administrative requirements of the UK WEEE Regulations

Radware has established a recycling contract with the European Advanced Recycling Network (EARN) and will cover any costs of treatment, recycling and recovery of the equipment on arrival at the EARN facility in the UK . All Historic and New WEEE that arises from the purchase of Radware products is classed as non-hazardous waste. It is your responsibility to arrange and pay for costs of collection and transportation to EARN. In order to meet UK Duty of Care Regulations for waste disposal, you should use one of the following carriers (which hold a valid Waste Carriers License):

Waste Carrier Name Telephone Number Website
TNT UK Ltd +44 (0) 800 100 600 www.tnt.co.uk
DHL Express (UK) Ltd +44 (0) 844 248 0555 www.dhl.co.uk
Kuehne and Nagel Ltd +44 (0) 1895 552000 www.kn-portal.com

For larger quantities of waste, you may want to contact the recycler directly to arrange and pay for alternative collection methods. The EARN recycling facility in the United Kingdom is:

Waste Carrier Name Telephone Number Website
MDJ Light Bros Ltd +44 (0)1273 486848 www.wasterec.com

Please click on the link below to download the recycling label you should use. Please complete this label with your company details and attach it to a suitable box for transport to EARN.

Recycling label for Customers in the United Kingdom

WEEE Reporting Recycling Data for Radware Equipment in the United Kingdom

Under Section 27 of the WEEE Regulations, Radware dealers must provide annual information of the quantities and categories of electrical and electronic equipment put on the market, reused, recycled and recovered within the UK.

EARN will prepare the recycling data report for Radware. Information in the EARN recycling data report will be made available upon request.

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