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Extended Producer Responsibility

Get prepared for Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR)

Extended Producer Responsibility will impact significantly on packaging producers. Failing to prepare could see your business pay up to 10 times your current compliance cost. We are here to help.

We can help

Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) will be in effect from 2024, bringing with it a multitude of legislative change. At Clarity, we have a team of experts who can provide a forecast for your business, highlighting the impact EPR will have to your future cost of compliance. Speak to a member of our team today to find out how we can help reduce the burden and protect your business ahead of this new legislation.

Call us today and we can:

Forecast your future cost of compliance

Help you to conduct a packaging audit

Help you understand the legislative changes

Offer support in data gathering

Help future-proof against the administrative burden of EPR

Is your business EPR ready?

From 2024, obligated producers will be financially incentivised to use packaging that is easily recycled and is produced using a high percentage of recycled content. For a business to comply with EPR, stringent reporting will be introduced which will require the gathering of additional data. Failing to prepare for these changes now could see the cost of compliance increase dramatically.

Use the button below to see frequently asked questions about EPR or contact a member of our team to find out how we can guide you through the changes.

The potential impacts on your business

Raising cost of compliance

Further data reporting

Change to the de minimis

Potential for centralised body to run compliance with aid of Compliance Schemes

Change to a single point of compliance

Modulated fees

Mandatory Labelling

Packaging reform

Extended Producer Responsibility is only one part of the Government’s plan to reform the UK Packaging Waste Regulations. As a result of the reform, your business may also be affected by The Plastic Packaging Tax or Deposit Return Schemes. Use the buttons below to find out more information.

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