Based on the industry sector, size, product mix, determine your objective and set a goal to become plastic neutral entity before a set time frame. The same can be aligned to Govt. mandates published by MoeF&CC and Central Pollution Control Board.
And the most crucial step to quantify the plastic waste generated by the PIBOs (Producer, Importer and Brand owners) and their prime liability to dispose the plastic waste by following the CPCB guidelines. According to the guidelines, PIBOs have been set certain goals to meet based on the amount of waste they generate.
by fulfilling your EPR target. Being the member of EcoEx can help secure those credit by connecting the plastic producers and manufactures to the recyclers and co-processors.
The Plastic EPR Certificate is the final result that was earned by the PIBOs and to become an industry leader that, responsibly practices “plastic neutrality”.
The benefits of a plastic credit certificate system are that it would provide a financial incentive for businesses to recycle more plastic, and it would also help to reduce the amount of plastic waste that ends up in landfill sites. In addition, the system could also encourage businesses to develop new recycling technologies, which could further reduce our reliance on landfill sites.
A Plastic EPR company specializes in recycling plastic. They have developed a process that allows them to recycle any type of plastic, including hard-to-recycle plastics. Not only does their process recycle plastic, but it also upcycles it into new products.