As well as permanent job in ‘e-waste’, training is offered with increasing frequency

If, for whatever reason, you are unemployed for a long period, it is even more important that you get help to find work. At five sorting centres in the Netherlands, Weee Nederland has already being working on this in a social and sustainable way for a number of years. Waste electrical and electronic equipment from the surrounding area is collected on behalf of manufacturers and delivered to one of these sorting centres. 170 people now work at the sorting centres, such as HVC in Dordrecht, the Netherlands e-Waste Centre in Apeldoorn, and Statice in Beringe. At both the Recycling Service Centrum Amsterdam and Virol Noord Nederland, there are, in addition to work, even various opportunities to follow a targeted training course. And the number of people making use of the opportunity is growing.