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Find out what your company's basic obligations are when offering or placing electrical and electronic equipment, batteries and packaging/packaged products on the market.
As an environmental service provider with 30 years of experience in the environmental sector, we share our expertise with you in training courses, audits, workshops and compliance checks and support you in acting in a legally compliant manner within the framework of the Electrical and Electronic Equipment Act (ElektroG), the Battery Act (BattG), the Packaging Act (VerpackG) and the Trade Waste Ordinance (GewAbfV).
of electrical and electronic equipment, batteries and/or packaging/packaged products. As well as
who are looking for holistic support for the implementation of the Commercial Waste Ordinance.
Within the EU, the extended producer responsibility regulates that producers or distributors of electrical and electronic equipment, batteries and packaging must already provide solutions for the subsequent disposal of their products when they offer/market them - otherwise they are not allowed to offer or sell their products in the respective countries in the first place.
Although extended producer responsibility has its origins in how to deal with waste or how to avoid it, these issues are market access requirements that do not start with the waste, but with the product, and this before it has possibly even been sold.
The background to this is the fact that producers/ distributors of these products are also responsible for the resulting waste at a later date! Thus, corresponding efforts on the part of the producers are to be carried out in advance for this point in time.