by ERP ES

New collective agreement for improved management of the RPA on the Balearic Islands

  • It will remain in force for four years

The Regional Minister for the Environment, Agriculture and Fisheries of the Balearic Islands, Vicenç Vidal; the Secretary of the Ecopilas foundation, Gonzalo Torralbo, and Managing Director in Spain of the European Recycling Platform (ERP), Laura Alonso, this Monday 25 February, signed a framework agreement for collaboration for the collection of used batteries and laptop accumulators (RPA).

The Collective Agreement, which will last four years, aims to provide continuity to the services currently provided under a since-expired agreement by the Collective Extended Producer Responsibility Systems (SCRAPs) managed by these two entities.