EPR Compliance – Webinar: “Extended producer responsibility for packaging in Spain”

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If you run an online retail business within Spain or cater to the Spanish market, it’s crucial to stay informed about the latest developments in Extended Producer Responsibility regulations for packaging. We invite you to join the free webinar Extended producer responsibility for packaging in Spain”, scheduled for February 20, 2024, and hosted by our partner, Recycle Me. The aim of our webinar is to provide an in-depth look at the key aspects of this legislation and discuss how it could affect your business.

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The issue of extended producer responsibility (EPR) for packaging in Spain is of great importance, especially since the introduction of Royal Decree 1055/2022, which regulates packaging and packaging waste. Our session will provide a comprehensive exploration of the key components of this legislation. Whether you’re maneuvering through compliance challenges or looking to leverage these changes for strategic advantage, this event is your gateway to staying ahead.

In this session with Esther Coloina, recognised expert for EPR Compliance in Spain, you can expect:

  • In-depth analysis of Royal Decree 1055/2022 and its impact on the industry.
  • Expert insights into the benefits and challenges of EPR implementation.
  • Interactive Q&A session with Esther Colina and other EPR specialists.

This event will be held in English and will aim to provide you with valuable insights and actionable knowledge about how to comply with EPR requirements in Spain.

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