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For producers, compliance is becoming an ever-greater challenge as legislation becomes more stringent. ERP helps you to comply with Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) regulations for recycling waste electronics, batteries, and packaging.

Extended Producer Responsibility

What is Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR)?

Extended producer responsibility (EPR) is an environmental policy that makes the producer responsible for a product throughout its life cycle. It does this by making producers finance the collection, recycling, and end-of-life disposal of WEEE, batteries, accumulators, packaging, and other EPR product categories. This is done to mitigate the environmental impacts of products along the chain (from production to recycling).

In many countries, every company that first places a product subject to EPR requirements onto the market is considered a producer.

A producer can do this in three ways by:

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Manufacturing products

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Importing products (including online)

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Selling products if you are not based in the country (including online)

ERP does more than provide support for producer responsibility. If your organization has a policy involving sustainability, the circular economy, and commitments within Europe for product disposal, we should talk.


Fulfilling producer responsibility policies

Regulations for WEEE, batteries and packaging, as well as collection targets, are becoming more ambitious as circular economy legislation evolves. Our services here

ERP can support you across multiple countries

Changing policies means rules can vary annually, making it difficult to confidently calculate what you must pay. If your company is expanding across different territories, then these challenges multiply.