Extended Producer Responsibility and Deposit & Return Schemes will make packaging producers responsible for more of the costs associated with packaging when it reaches the end of its life.
Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) legislation holds product and packaging manufacturers, importers, and brand owners responsible for minimising the environmental impact of their goods and packaging throughout their lifecycle. This legislation also ensures that these businesses financially contribute to activities such as material recycling, recovery, and disposal, as well as raising awareness among consumers.
Get your data systems ready
Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) for packaging waste reporting began in late 2023, based upon the packaging a business places on the market across the first half of the year.
As businesses prepare to become EPR-ready, reporting, and robust data have never been more important.
Over the years, we have developed the UK’s largest database of product and packaging information, and our online Insight Platform and Product Data Hub have been designed to streamline and simplify data reporting.
EPR and DRS across the globe
Extended Producer Responsibility legislation is emerging across the globe. Is your business prepared?
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