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Collection and Recycling

Recycling of Products and Packaging in Compliance with Laws and Regulations

Casio recycles products and packaging at the end of their useful life, complying with laws and regulations around the world.

Major environmental laws and regulations related to Casio products

Recycling of End-of-life Products

In disposing of end-of-life products, Casio complies with laws and regulations in various countries and regions around the world, including the Small Home Appliance Recycling Law in Japan, the Waste from Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Directives in the EU, the Electronic Equipment Recycling Laws of China and other countries and regions around the world.

Product Recycling in Europe

European recycling regulations include the Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Directive, the Battery Directive and the Packaging Directive.
These regulations provide a framework under which manufacturers collect and recycle end-of-life products and are obliged to bear the costs of doing so.
Casio fulfills its obligations by participating in collection and recycling organizations with government authorization.

Recycling of Containers and Packaging

Casio complies with the laws and regulations on recycling for each country and region in its processing of containers and packaging, including the Act on the Promotion of Sorted Collection and Recycling of Containers and Packaging in Japan, the Packaging and Packaging Waste Directive in the EU, the RoHS in China, the regulations concerning hard plastic containers in each U.S. state, and the packaging collection programs of each Canadian province.

Product recycling efforts

The collection of used products includes activities that are performed to comply with relevant laws, and activities that are performed by Casio voluntarily. This section introduces Casio’s voluntary activities.

Recycling with No Waste Disposal

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