The Plastic Packaging Tax is a new tax that will be introduced on 1st April 2022. Here is our complete guide with advice on who will be liable and how to prepare.
6th October 2021Learn More
Under the WEEE regulations, distributors must offer free take-back to consumers on like for like sales, regardless of whether this is done in store, online or by mail order.
Retailers with a floor space that is greater than 400 square metres must also provide free take-back to consumers on any item with any dimension greater than 25cm.
Where a take back WEEE service is offered, relevant documentation of WEEE returned must be retained for at least four years.
Where a take back WEEE service is not offered, retailers must pay to join a Distributor Takeback Scheme (DTS) and direct end users to their local authority recycling centres.
Distributors must also provide customers access to written information on the service provided, what they should do with their WEEE and the meaning of the crossed-out wheeled bin symbol.
Our approved WEEE compliance scheme helps businesses to meet the WEEE regulations, with unrivalled member support, cost-effective packages and a variety of WEEE membership categories for all producers of electrical and electronic equipment (EEE).
Our low cost and simple to use approach has attracted around 500 members and we continue to grow.
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We are proud to have launched a new flagship partnership project with the Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust (WWT), committing to our support of its ‘Blue Recovery’ campaign.
30th September 2021Learn More
HMRC has published some additional information about the types of plastic packaging subject to the Plastic Packaging Tax.
29th September 2021Learn More