Welcome to Corpus Consulting

About Us

CORPUS is a pionner in developing and setting of Directives 2002/95/CE and 2003/108/CE on waste of electric and electronic equipment  (WEEE) and Directive 2006/66/CE on batteries an accumulators waste in Spain. WEEE Diretives have been replaced by Directive 2012/19/CE. CORPUS has collaborated with Spanish authorities and collectives schemes for WEEE business solutions.

Corporate Services

We guarantee that all your management of electrical and electronic waste, including batteries and accumulators, is carried out safely and responsibly.

Authorizations Management

We manage the obtaining of authorizations, licenses and agreements with regional governments and other procedures that your company may need.

E-waste Events

We work with nonprofit organizations, businesses and other organizations to collaborate in community e-waste events.

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Our Services

What we do


Our Mission

Our mission is to help producers, distributors and waste managers to comply with the WEEE directives regarding waste management of electrical and electronic equipment, especially the most polluting ones, such as Batteries, Batteries and Accumulators.

Consulting on performance of Directive 2002/95/CE (Rohs), on the restriction of certain hazardous substances in EEE.

Consulting and representation services with collective scheme systems in order to reach agreements for storing and picking up WEEE from their facilities and joining a collective scheme system, if they are producers of EEE.

Legal and consulting services for setting up a recycling plant or for doing business in such areas.


Did you know…

How much damage can a battery do?

Once the pile in the soil degrades, it begins to release highly polluting elements such as mercury, lithium, lead, or cadmium. They will be harmful for more than 1000 years.

How much water can contaminate a pile?

To contaminate 6.5 million liters of water, only 11 mercury oxide or 40 alkaline button batteries would be needed. The smaller, the more toxic they are.

What energy is needed to produce a Pile?

Making a battery consumes 50 times more energy than it produces and it is estimated that the current generated by each battery is 450 times more expensive than that generated by the electrical network.


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Open Hours

Weekdays 8.00-18.00, Sat: closed

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