Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) is an environmental policy that makes the party who first places a product subject to EPR requirements in the country (also known as “Producer” for EPR) responsible for the entire life cycle of the products that they introduce on the market, from their design until the end of life (including waste collection and take-back).
Plastic Tax is levy that is applied to non-reusable packaging that contains plastic.
Once you place a product in the countries adopting this regulation (for example France , Germany or Spain) you need to sign up, report and pay an “environment tax” to the selected institutions. Otherwise your products may be delisted from the marketplace.
There are a lot of new definitions, terms and process to abide by, so we have set up a learning page to clarify some of it and make it easier for all our customers to battle this new administrative requirement.
At Greenifi we are contiuously expanding our Education materials, to help keep up with the ever changing needs and requirements in this market.
EPR & Plastic Tax are no different then any other legal compliance process - cumbersome, time-consuming and painful. Joining Greenifi all that pain goes away. We have crunched through the complexity and established and simple and straightforward process that allows you to remain focused on the things that matter. To make sure we are on the right track make sure you:
EPR reporting obligations can be tedious. Let Greenifi help you understand with whom you need to be registered and what your reporting obligations are.
We ask for some information on your business and products supported by certain documents and submit to the relevant authority. Once you’ve received the EPR registration number(s), you will need to communicate it/them to Amazon as proof of compliance.
You must declare your sales and pay the proportionate quota to the respective Producer Responsibility Organisation for the applicable reporting period.
*Pricing may vary in certain categories
**Subscription fee depends on the reporting frequency. Our standard price is €150 per report. Eg. if the reporting frequency is yearly in the selected category, the subscription fee is €150 per year
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