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ETSI - TS 105 174-8

Access, Terminals, Transmission and Multiplexing (ATTM); Broadband Deployment and Lifecycle Resource Management; Part 8: Implementation of WEEE practices for ICT equipment during maintenance and at end-of-life

active, Most Current
Organization: ETSI
Publication Date: 1 December 2019
Status: active
Page Count: 20
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The present document supports the requirements of ETSI EN 305 174-8 [9] providing a framework for, and detailing, the necessary implementation procedures.

The present document specifically extends the end-of-life aspects of ICT equipment to the treatment of components and sub-assemblies replaced during maintenance procedures.

With reference to Figure 2 (from ETSI EN 305 174-8 [9]), which is a schematic representation of the different broadband networks implemented by telecommunications operators, the ICT equipment covered comprises the ITE and NTE in ICT sites together with the Terminal Equipment (TE) and Network Interface Unit (NIU) at the Customer Premises (CP) together with other User Equipment (UE) such as mobile telephones and other devices.

Annex A details all actions in terms of treatment of e-waste, in accordance with the standards, from the perspective of recycler.

Document History

TS 105 174-8
December 1, 2019
Access, Terminals, Transmission and Multiplexing (ATTM); Broadband Deployment and Lifecycle Resource Management; Part 8: Implementation of WEEE practices for ICT equipment during maintenance and at end-of-life
The present document supports the requirements of ETSI EN 305 174-8 [9] providing a framework for, and detailing, the necessary implementation procedures. The present document specifically extends...

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