Extended Producer Responsibility[EPR] is a legislative strategy implemented by industrialised nations in order to encourage and promote the reuse, recycling, and eco-friendly disposal of electronic and polymer waste. EPR lays the responsibility of disposing of this waste on the manufacturer of the goods itself. EPR rules are put in place to ensure that the manufacturer/producers take the responsibility of minimising the impact of the waste generated by their products.
The producers are required to collect back the waste generated from their products when such products reach the end of its life cycle. It THis can be done either by promoting the collection (take-back process) of the waste generated post the consumption of their products or by encouraging the recycling of such products in the most eco-friendly manner possible. Recycling should be done or assigned only to the recyclers registered with the respective Pollution control committee or Board.
EPR is issued by central pollution control board (CPCB) to producers who are responsible for the generation of e-waste or plastic waste or polymer waste or bulk users of these wastes.
Producer Responsibility Organisation (PRO)
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one who can take responsibility for the collection and channelling of e-waste produced from the 'end-of-life' of their products in order to ensure that such e-waste is handled or managed without harming environment
EPR, or Extended Producer Responsibility, is a policy approach that aims to make producers responsible for the end-of-life management of the products they produce. Under the EPR scheme, plastic industries are required to register with the CPCB and impleme