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    Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) Registration

    Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) is a policy approach under which producers are given a significant responsibility – financial and/or physical – for the treatment or disposal of post-consumer products. Assigning such responsibility could in principle provide incentives to prevent wastes at the source, promote product design for the environment and support the achievement of public recycling and materials management goals.

    In India, manufacturers and importers of electrical and electronic products are required to comply to the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) rules and regulations. They are required to register

    Approximate timeline

    CPCB takes approximately around 6-8 months for scrutinizing the documents and complete the registration process.

    Information needed to process

    • EPR Plan

    • Self declaration of compliance of Reduction of Hazardous Substances

    • Copies of agreement with dismantlers, recyclers and Treatment, storage & disposal facilities (TSDFs) etc

    • Declaration for availability of technical documents per EN 50581

    • Copy of permissions / licenses from the relevant ministry / department for marketing various products or for doing the business such as:

    • GST

    • PAN

    • Incorporation certificate

    • IEC

    • Self attested copy of authorisation of dismantlers / recyclers

    • List of products attached with dismantlers / recyclers along with producer’s collection targets