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Extended Producer Responsibility

Learn more about EPR: What is it? Why is it important, and what does it mean for manufacturers, and others in the value chain? Plus, discover our latest white paper, EPR Unpacked: A Policy Framework for a Circular Economy.


Holistic Resource Systems

HRS optimizes the combination of key waste management practices for collection, sorting and recycling to transition towards closing the loop, preventing litter and contributing to a carbon neutral world.


Deposit Return Systems

Deposit Return Systems (DRS) play a vital part in preventing bottles and cans from ending up in oceans, streets and landfills, by offering a financial incentive for consumers to return used containers for recycling. Learn more about DRS. 


Mixed Waste Sorting

The incineration or burying of plastics and other high carbon materials generate unnecessary GHG emissions - MWS can reduce those emissions and put material back into the system for incorporation into new products. 


Your Circular Economy Resource Hub

Here, you have easy access to resources that can help bring the circular economy to life,
from white papers and videos, to webcasts, podcasts, and more.




Global trends in EPR schemes: producer responsibility for consumer packaging

EPR schemes ensure that companies take responsibility for the collection, sorting, and recycling of the packaging they place on the market, from start to finish.



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Mixed waste sorting in action

If we collect and sort mixed waste materials before they’re burned or tossed into landfills, we can avoid up to 730 million tonnes of CO2 emissions by 2030. Watch to learn how mixed waste sorting can help keep materials in the loop by turning household waste into new products and packaging. 

Popular Resources

TOMRA Talks Circular podcast