Reforming Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) for Packaging
Congress Centre, Justice Quarter. Conference hall E11
Current legislation provides that where goods are produced in packaging, the manufacturer is responsible for the disposal of the packaging. This entails high administrative costs and makes monitoring the large number of producers of packaged goods impossible. What are the pros and cons of shifting EPR from goods manufacturers to packaging manufacturers? Under which conditions can associations of goods and packaging manufacturers remain subjects of EPR? What should the operating principles of associations be to make EPR more effective? Opportunities to include in legislation a mechanism that would exempt subjects of EPR from the administrative liability that arises in connection with the actions of an unscrupulous operator.
Deputy General Director for Legal Issues and Analytical Support of Work with the Federal Scheme, Russian Environmental Operator Public Law Company
General Director, Russian Environmental Operator Public Law Company (online)
Executive Director, Association "Resource"
Chairman of the Board of Directors, EcoLine Group of Companies
Chairman of the Board, "Separate Collection" Association in the Field of Ecology and Environmental Protection
Director for Sustainable Development, SIBUR Holding (online)
Partner, Pepeliaev Group