Landbell Group

Stand: Advice clinic: International Producer Compliance
  • | Resources
  • | Circular economy
  • | Sustainable design and production
  • | Sustainable packaging

LANDBELL GROUP is an international supplier of service and consulting solutions for environmental and chemical compliance.

Our aim is to reduce the complexity of extended producer responsibility legislation, as well as other product- and packaging- related requirements for producers and distributors. In everything we do, we seek to provide our customers with the most competitive solutions.

At LANDBELL GROUP, we prepare our clients for the uncertainties to come. We help them unlock the value of the circular economy and strive to be their best partner on the journey to a more sustainable future.

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  • By 2021, global production of electronic waste alone will reach 52 million tonnes - this is why more and more countries are introducing extended producer responsibility (EPR) legislation for producers to manage the treatment and disposal of post-consumer products. Incorrect management of EPR can lead to penalties, fines, prosecution and damage to brand and reputation.

  • Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) is strictly regulated in Europe for waste electronics, batteries and packaging. While the requirements are based on European directives, they still differ at national level and are constantly changing. In addition, more and more countries are following Europe’s regulatory approach, making the challenge global.

  • Extended producer responsibility (EPR) obliges producers to take financial and/or physical responsibility for the treatment and disposal of post-consumer products. Costs associated with EPR legislation are significant and can be a barrier to market entry and put companies at a competitive disadvantage, if not managed closely.

  • Costs associated with extended producer responsibility (EPR) legislation are significant and can be a barrier to market
    entry. If not managed closely, it can put companies at a competitive disadvantage. Data transformation, processing
    and classification ensure the production of accurate EPR reports, which ensure that companies stay compliant and
    help to reduce costs.

  • The Waste Batteries and Accumulators Directive is one of the extended producer responsibility (EPR) regulations in the European Union which obliges producers to take financial and/or physical responsibility for the treatment and disposal of their products and packaging at end-of-life.

  • Waste generated by the electrical and electronic equipment (EEE) industry, including packaging, is a complex mixture of materials and components. If not properly managed, it may cause collection and treatment inefficiency as well as penalties for EEE manufacturers. We support multinational producers and distributors of EEE by providing take-back services to their customers.

  • The Waste Electronic and Electrical Equipment (WEEE) Directive is one of the extended producer responsibility (EPR) regulations in the European Union which obliges producers to take financial and/or physical responsibility for the treatment and disposal of their products and packaging at end-of-life.

  • The Packaging and Packaging Waste Directive is one of the extended producer responsibility (EPR) regulations in the European Union which obliges producers to take financial and/or physical responsibility for the treatment and disposal of their products and packaging at end-of-life.

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