We are happy to provide you the presentations held at the WF-RepTool experience day, October 10, 2013 in Amsterdam:


Introduction

Jan Vlak (Wecycle) looks back at the history of WF-RepTool, explains the current WF-RepTool organization, and introduces the day.

Renate Gabriel (WF-RepTool developer) explains how WF-Reptool works, what is the background and structure of WF-RepTool, and highlights the options of WF-RepTool reports and options of use.


Collective systems

several systems give a short insight in special ways they use WF-RepTool

Els Verberckmoes (Recupel) looks back at the history of reporting since start 2001, the development and testing Reptool, the use of WF-RepTool since 2005, and explains the benefits.

Fredrik Benson (El-Kretsen) explains how in five years the education of treatment partners has evolved from startup on-site meetings to online meetings with shared desktops.

Enrico Zangirolami (Ecodom) intensively guides treatment partners of cooling- and freezing appliances by assisting the first batch, making the first report and then handing it over.

Soline van Wymeersch (Eco-Systèmes) explains the problems French recyclers had with reporting, and the problems Eco-Systèmes encounters now that they do the reporting themselves.

Renate Gabriel (on behalf of UFH) explains how it is to be the only WF-RepTool using system in a competitive market: the consequences of limited willingness treatment partners display.

Hendrik Bijker (Wecycle) gives insight how Wecycle implemented full downstream monitoring after the Dutch Inspection inspected the recycling rates of Wecycle in 2010.


Treatment partners

treatment operators share their experiences with WF-RepTool

Peter Debaere (Galloometaal, Belgium) looks back helping develop WF-RepTool, explains how they “translated” treatment processes to reports, shares experiences using WF-RepTool for years, explains the differences between systems.

Sebastian Schormann (Remondis Electrorecycling, Germany) gives his opinion on the user friendliness of WF-RepTool, highlights the starting up problems Remondis encountered in general and specifically on the German market, explains the differences between systems.

Martijn Agterhuis (HKS Scrap Metals) shows the way and benefits of changing the reporting within his company.

Carl Huijbregts (Dutch Inspection) explains the obligations from the WEEE-Directive and how they’ve used the available WF-RepTool reports for inspection, stresses the importance of reporting good data and downstream monitoring.


Development

Hendrik Bijker (Wecycle) introduces the WF-RepTool expert group, explains why it was started and what they do.

Willy Haghofer, Renate Gabriel (programmer and developer) present the main developments of the past three years like the shortlists, the audit tools and the implementation of the new Waste Framework Directive.