Procuring packaging recovery notes
Clarity offers a variety of ways to procure PRN evidence to meet a clients packaging compliance obligation, either over the web or by telephone:
Spot PRN trade
As the name suggests 'on the spot' procurement of either single or multiple packaging recovery note grades. Payment is generally due immediately but can also be made by rapid, standard or extended settlement. Call us if you want to purchase PRNs and we will give you an up-to-date quote.
Procure your entire packaging compliance obligation, however many PRN grades, on a single invoice. Clarity will obtain prices in every grade and present you with a single invoice, simplifying your procurement process.
Procure your entire packaging compliance obligation, however many PRN grades, on a single invoice. Clarity will obtain prices in every grade and present you with a single invoice, simplifying your procurement process.This expedited service settles PRN trades in 48 hours or quicker*. The time is measured from the point of trade to payment of supplier and the actual transfer of the evidence on the National Packaging Waste Database. Click here for more information.
Extended credit terms
We understand that most businesses have to obtain clearance from a finance or purchasing department to procure their packaging recycling note obligation. Clarity is able to negotiate credit terms on your behalf: simply tell us your requirements and we will speak to the counterparty.
Two part contracts
Budget for your packaging recovery note obligation in advance of the registration deadline and procure your evidence in two parts. Simply give us your previous year's obligation and we will prepare a fixed price per tonne contract based on your figures. In January we will bill you for half of the contract, with the remainder billed at the same price once you have worked out your actual obligation. This solution is quick, simple and completed by the middle of the packaging compliance year.
Spread the cost of your obligation by procuring over an extended period of time (two to twelve months) or a one off booking in the future. By offering either a fixed price or agreeing prices on a monthly basis, this solution is best suited to larger PRN obligations.
*depending on bank deadlines
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