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November 28, 2022
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Regulators Set Standards In Second Hand Electrical Equipment

Local traders dealing in used electrical and electronic equipment to start complying with new regulations that came into force on July 11, 2022.

The call was made July 26, 2022, during a sector meeting that brought together the Rwanda Inspectorate, Competition and Consumer Protection Authority (RICA), and partners- Rwanda National Police (RNP), Rwanda Investigation Bureau (RIB), and Rwanda Energy Group (REG).

The regulations govern, among others, consumer electronics, office, IT and telecommunication equipment, refrigerator equipment, large and small household appliances, lighting fixtures and lamps, sports and leisure appliances, and toys.

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