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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.

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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.

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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. 

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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. 

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EPR Unpacked: A Policy Framework for a Circular Economy

EPR is a transformative policy principle that can ensure the full circularity of packaging materials, and in our new white paper, EPR Unpacked: A Policy Framework for a Circular Economy, we explore the elements necessary to support its implementation, and much more. This paper also serves as a guide for policymakers designing or developing EPR schemes, offering a multi-dimensional perspective and practical insights to help achieve the best results. EPR Unpacked: A Policy Framework for a Circular Economy includes:

•  The 5 Design Principles of High-Performing EPR Schemes
•  What legislated EPR looks like in practice
• The Role of EPR in Holistic Resource Systems
• EPR history and trends

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How high-performing EPR schemes can address the challenges of post-consumer packaging waste.

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