ALERT: WEEE India Deadline - Companies must register by 31 Dec 2016

The E-Waste (Management) Rules 2016 came into force in India on 1 October 2016 and all affected companies must register their EPR recycling management plans with the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) by 31 December 2016. Find out more and download our info pack here

As the number of global WEEE, Batteries and Packaging recycling regulations increases annually, it is becoming ever more challenging for companies to maintain compliance for product sales in markets around the world. The requirements and regulations in each country differ greatly and companies often lack internal resources to understand and manage compliance for WEEE, Batteries and Packaging in every place they sell.

EC4P can help you understand global WEEE, Batteries & Packaging regulations and how they affect your business. This free webinar from EC4P highlights which parts of the world have already implemented / are in the process of implementing recycling regulations for WEEE, and includes:

  • Overview of WEEE recycling regulations in:
    • Asia Pacific, focusing on Japan and Australia
    • South America, focusing on Brazil and Chile
    • Africa, focusing on Nigeria and Cameroon

  • WEEE India regulations and how to submit an EPR recycling management plan

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Since 2013 EC4P has provided award winning WEEE, Batteries and Packaging recycling compliance services in countries outside of Europe. As part of these global compliance services, EC4P can anonymously approach contacts at the authorities in each country to determine whether your specific products are in scope.

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