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Extended Producer Responsibility

Many governments and companies have adopted Extended Producer Responsibility to help address the growing problem of E-waste, used electronics contain materials that cannot be safely thrown away with regular household trash. In 2007, according to the Environmental Protection Agency, people throw away 2.5 million tons of cell phones, TV’s, computers, and printers. Many governments have partnered with corporations in creating the necessary collection and recycling infrastructure. Some argue that local and manufacturer-supported Extended Producer Responsibility laws give manufacturers greater responsibility for the reuse, recycling, and disposal of their own products.

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Benefits of Obtaining EPR Certificate


 Good Environmental Impact

Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) certificate lessens the dependence on other waste disposal methods such as burying or burning (these produce toxic gases such as sulphur oxide, formaldehyde, dioxins, and furans, etc) which is dangerous for human beings when inhaled.

↠ Promote Reuse of Product
As mentioned, the EPR plan manages to amplify the ease and promptitude of dissembling the products for the process of recycling and reuse.


↠ Ensure Sustainable Development
Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) promotes the conservation of natural resources, lessens the quantity of waste, eradicates pollution, etc. All these sums up sustainable development, which is essential for the consumers and the manufacturers.

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