What is EPR?

Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) is an environmental policy, that obligates the party first introducing a product subject to EPR requirements to a market of the respective country, to take responsibility for the entire lifecycle of said product. This includes the disposal and recycling of the product. The goal of EPR is to mitigate the environmental impacts of a product throughout its entire life cycle.

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How to be EPR compliant in France?

To be EPR (Extended Producer Responsibility) compliant in France, you need to register at a Producer Responsibility Organization (PRO) to obtain your Unique Identification Number(s) ...

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How to be EPR compliant?

If you are a Producer of products in the scope of EPR requirements, you need to follow these high-level instructions to be EPR compliant. Please ...