Invitation to Help Shape a New Wave of Environmental Legislation
Environmental consultancy Eunomia is carrying out research for the European Commission to consider ways of improving compliance with extended producer responsibility (EPR) obligations and tackling ‘free-riding’ in the case of online sales. Free-riding occurs when producers avoid some or all of their responsibilities (and the associated costs) under EPR rules stemming from environmental legislation.
This survey is seeking to gather the views and experience of producers and retailers of EEE and batteries in relation to EPR compliance. This is an important opportunity to share your experiences and help to shape policy development in this area.
We would value you taking 5-10 minutes to complete the following survey. The data will be analysed collectively so will remain anonymous.
At the end of the survey will be a link for you to register for updates on the before 30th September 2021. Eunomia is also asking stakeholders to send any written evidence or position papers to EPRonlinesales@eunomia.co.uk