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France EPR
Extended Producers Responsibility
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French Battery Law

In 2014, the French Environmental Code R.543-172 to R.543-206 translated the EU WEEE Directive into national law, clarifying the recycling requirements for electronic and electrical products sold in France.

In fact, in France in 1975 defined the Responsabilite elargie des producteurs (REP), requiring producers to be responsible for the recycling of waste produced by their products.

The French Environment and Energy Management Agency (ADEME) is the head of waste recycling, which has established the SYDEREP (SYsteme DEclaratif des filieres REP, the extended producer liability statement system) to implement waste furniture, scrap electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE), household packaging, waste batteries and batteries (PA), waste paper, fluoridated gas (GF), old tires (PU) and scrap vehicles (ELV).

The purpose of Battery Law is to increase the percentage of batteries that are returned. This is because batteries contain valuable raw materials as well as substances that are environmental and health hazards. The Battery law extends the responsibility of manufacturers for the batteries they place on the market to cover the entire life cycle of their equipment.

It therefore requires manufacturers, distributors or importers of batteries who must contribute to the cost of disposing of them. Companies are obliged to take back the batteries they have placed on the market and dispose of them in accordance with specific environmental standards.

What Documents are Required for Registration?
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Business license (scanned copy)


Certificate of Incorporation (scanned copy)


Legal Company Representatives ID (scanned copy)


Pictures of the Batteries


Letter of authorization (provided by us)

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French Packaging Law

In 2014, the French Environmental Code R.543-172 to R.543-206 translated the EU WEEE Directive into national law, clarifying recycling requirements for electronic and electrical products sold in France.


In fact, France in 1975 clarified the Responsabilite elargie des producteurs (REP), requiring producers to be responsible for the recycling of waste produced by their products.


The French Environment and Energy Management Agency (ADEME) is the head of waste recycling, which has a SYDEREP (SYsteme DEclaratif des filieres REP) system to implement waste furniture, scrap electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE), household packaging, waste batteries and batteries (PA), waste paper, fluoridated gas (GF), old tires (PU) and scrap vehicles (ELV).

The Packing and Packaging Act requires manufacturers, distributors or importers of packaging or packaged products to contribute to the cost of waste disposal. The packaging law states that it is mandatory for all sellers to declare product packaging materials using material type (i.e. paper, cardboard, plastic) and weight.

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What Documents are Required for Registration?
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Business license (scanned copy)


Certificate of Incorporation (scanned copy)


Business Legal Representatives ID (scanned copy)


Registered packaging method product map


Letter of authorization (provided by us)

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French WEEE

In 2014, the French Environmental Code R.543-172 to R.543-206 translated the EU WEEE Directive into national law, clarifying the recycling requirements for electronic and electrical products sold in France.In fact, in France in 1975 defined the Responsabilite elargie des producteurs (REP), requiring producers to be responsible for the recycling of waste produced by their products.

 

The French Environment and Energy Management Agency (ADEME) is the head of waste recycling, which has established the SYDEREP (SYsteme DEclaratif des filieres REP, the extended producer liability statement system) to implement waste furniture, scrap electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE), household packaging, waste batteries and batteries (PA), waste paper, fluoridated gas (GF), old tires (PU) and scrap vehicles (ELV)​.

 

The French WEEE Directive requires you to register all electronic equipment before putting it on the market. In order to do this you must apply for a WEEE number and regularly report the quantity sold ensuring that the products are disposed of in an environmentally friendly way. The registrations are not EU wide and must be done separately France. 

What Documents are Required for Registration?
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