Read about your (SUP) exercise of extended producer responsibility

In the latest issue of the magazine Energia i Recykling, Przemysław Kuna, Managing Director at Interzero, together with Konrad Nowakowski from PIOIRO, commented on the SUP directive, which has a direct impact on ROP.

The transposition of legal provisions on reducing the impact of certain plastic products on the environment is undoubtedly a major challenge for entrepreneurs. Restrictions on activities, the obligation to label packaging and additional fees are just a few examples of the impact of the draft act.

The introduced list of disposable products that are prohibited from being placed on the market is constantly growing. You can find items such as: cotton buds, straws, cutlery, plates, containers for food and drinks made of expanded polystyrene. Fishing gear has also joined the products covered by extended producer responsibility.

The purpose of the legal changes is to improve the environmental situation of the country and, consequently, to impose many new obligations on entrepreneurs, such as reporting, recording, additional fees and achieving minimum collection levels.

We invite you to read the entire article.

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