by Lisa Dean, September 14th, 2020
Lisa is the Head of Global Compliance in Thinkstep's global EPR compliance division and has over 7 years experience as a Compliance Consultant.
There is an increasing number of e-waste, batteries and packaging EPR regulations which have been implemented across the world. Some countries outside of the EU have limited the product scope of their EPR regulations to consumer use (B2C) products such as white goods, TVs and IT equipment. However, producers should be aware that several countries also include professional use (B2B) products within the product scope of their EPR regulations.
Many other countries are extending the product scope of their existing EPR regulations, resulting in even more producers being obligated under these laws.
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