What Is the Process for EPR Registration for Battery Waste?

Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) is a policy approach under which producers are given significant responsibility—financial and/or physical—for the treatment or disposal of post-consumer products. At DCKMSPL, we are committed to environmental sustainability and compliance with regulatory requirements, including the EPR registration for battery waste management. The process for EPR registration for battery waste involves several key steps. Firstly, it is essential to understand the regulations and guidelines provided by the relevant environmental authorities. DCKMSPL ensures that we are well-versed with these regulations to comply with the legal requirements effectively. The next step involves preparing and submitting an EPR plan. This plan should outline how DCKMSPL will collect, recycle, and dispose of battery waste. The plan must include details about collection centers, recycling facilities, and the overall strategy for managing battery waste.Once the plan is ready, DCKMSPL submits it to the relevant regulatory authority for approval. This submission includes necessary documentation, such as company details, product information, and the proposed waste management plan.