We provide End to End EPR Service including the following:

Waste Collection - EPR Service

Waste Collection

We began our journey of commencing Collection & Disposals of MLP & Non MLP Plastic Waste. It is collected from: Urban local bodies, Registered pickers and rag collectors, societies, scrap dealers and industreal waste

Waste Collection - EPR Service


The collected Plastic waste is now sent to the Collection and Segregation point. Here the waste is collected and segregated between recyclable and non-recyclable waste.

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Here the waste is segregated into two types - Recyclable and Non-recyclable. Segregation is done manually with the help of manual segregators and then sent for further processing accordingly.

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Recyclable products

The recyclable material is then further sent to the recycling facility for turning them into reusable products.

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Pyrolysis/Cement Kilns or Road Construction

The Non recyclable waste is then sent to the cement kilns or are used in road constructions. This way the non recyclable waste is being used.

EPR Registration for Plastic Waste

Extended Producer Responsibility or EPR in India and around the world is known to be one of the best service for Plastic waste management. With regards to this, EPR is made mandatory for Brand owners, Producers and Importers by the CPCB (Central Pollution Control Board).

With the latest amendment to the Plastic Waste Management (PWM) Rules, 2016, released on 11th March 2021 which is called Plastic Waste Management (Amendment) Rules, 2021 amendment, the ministry has laid out new provisions and provided further clarity on the applicability of the PWM Rules, 2016 to your brand. 

For more information about the EPR rules – Click here

Helpie FAQ

  • What is EPR and how does it relate to plastic waste?

    EPR is a policy approach in which a producer's responsibility for a product is extended to the post-consumer stage of a product's life cycle. In the case of plastic waste, EPR registration would involve manufacturers and importers of plastic products being responsible for the collection and disposal of a certain percentage of the plastic waste generated by their products.

  • Who is responsible for registering for EPR in the case of plastic waste?

    Manufacturers and importers of plastic products are responsible for registering for EPR and ensuring compliance with any plastic waste management regulations that may be in place.

  • What are the benefits of EPR registration for plastic waste?

    EPR registration for plastic waste can help increase the recycling and proper disposal of plastic products, reduce litter and pollution, and create jobs in the recycling and waste management sector.

  • What are the compliance requirements for EPR registration for plastic waste?

    Compliance requirements for EPR registration for plastic waste vary by jurisdiction, but they may include submitting reports on the amount of plastic waste generated by a company's products, participating in the funding of waste management and recycling programs, and meeting recycling or diversion targets.

  • Are there any penalties for non-compliance with EPR registration for plastic waste?
    1. If a company does not comply with the EPR registration requirements for plastic waste, it may face fines, penalties, or other enforcement actions. In some cases, non-compliant companies may also be banned from manufacturing or importing certain products.

  • Are EPR laws for Plastic waste only for domestic or for international application as well?

    It depends on the laws of a specific country, Some countries have laws that only apply within their borders, while others may have laws that apply to products imported into the country. In some cases, there may be international agreements in place that set standards for the management of plastic waste.

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    Extended producer responsibility, refers to the responsibility for the management of the disposal of products by producers once those products are designated as no longer useful by consumers.