What evidence of recovery or recycling must I provide?

The ‘evidence’ of recovery or recycling is known as Packaging Recovery Notes (PRNs)

PRNs are certificates of evidence that prove a tonne of packaging waste has been recovered and reprocessed or exported. They are generated by accredited businesses that export material for recycling and are obtained from accredited sites that reprocess material.

PRNs are purchased at a price that relates to supply and demand. Where businesses join a producer compliance scheme, the scheme will purchase their obligated PRNs (Packaging Recovery Notes) on their behalf.

PRNs are a commodity traded on the open market, which means their prices fluctuate. If you are a member of a producer compliance scheme, the purchasing of PRNs is arranged for you and because they buy in bulk you can get the best price.

Comply with Clarity

We understand that complying with environmental regulations can be a daunting task, and our affordable packaging compliance scheme has been designed to handle your producer responsibility obligations on your behalf, giving you peace of mind and saving you time and money.

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