EPR workshop

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EPR workshop

Our EPR workshops are designed not only to help you understand your obligations in the areas of ElektroG, BattG and VerpackG, but also to develop a roadmap with you at the same time for ensuring compliance on a permanent basis - tailored to your individual situation: your portfolio, your purchasing and distribution channel, your data maintenance system, etc.

Target group

The EPR workshop is aimed at

  • Manufacturers (suppliers/brokers)
  • Importers and exporters
  • online retailers/distributors
  • stationary traders & food retailers
  • Operators of electronic marketplaces
  • Fulfilment service providers

of electrical and electronic equipment, batteries and/or packaging/packaged products.

Our services

Introduction & explanation of extended producer responsibility & relevance for your company.

Examination of the possible product involvement on the basis of your selected product range.

Examination of manufacturer obligations & consideration of different manufacturer constellations, e.g.

  • In the case of distribution to end users at home and abroad.
  • In the case of distribution to resellers at home and abroad
  • In the case of distribution as an OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer)
  • In the case of distribution of, among other things, advertising materials and purely power-conducting devices

Checking the categorisation and determining the types of appliance, battery and/or packaging.

  • Which type of equipment for electrical appliances
  • b2c and b2b categorisation

Determine the respective obligations arising from the categorisation of your products, including

  • Registration and warranty obligations
  • Reporting obligations
  • Labelling and information obligations

Obligations when offering

Obligations when taking back & disposing of old appliances (e.g. returns)

Separate (potential) requirements, e.g.

  • Distributor take-back
  • Take-back obligations
  • Disposal obligations

Recommendation for action to implement the obligations (e.g. general terms and conditions, delivery notes, purchasing and distribution channels for individual products, etc.)

Potential legal obligations when selling abroad

Outlook on the amended legislation

Further topics can, of course, be agreed with us on an individual basis. Please do not hesitate to contact us.


  • Know & understand the legal obligations for your business
  • Roadmap for ensuring legal obligations
  • Recommendations for action for a compliant & efficient implementation of your obligations
Legal background

The Electrical and Electronic Equipment Act, the Battery Act and the Packaging Act (in short: ElektroG, BattG & VerpackG) regulate, among other things, the offering/marketing, the taking back and the environmentally sound disposal of e-waste, waste batteries and packaging. The primarily goals are avoiding waste as well as encouraging reuse and environmentally sound recycling. In addition, the use of pollutants is to be reduced. The stakeholders of the ElektroG, BattG and VerpackG (including manufacturers, distributors, citizens, public waste management authorities, systems, waste management companies, etc.) have to fulfil a large number of obligations.

Michael Beetz
Head of Academy & EPR-Consultant

+49 541 40898-174

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