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In-country dialogues and workshops on Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR)

 

The OECD is working to make updated Extended Producer Responsibility guidance relevant for emerging markets, including through a series of in-country policy dialogues. This work is supported by the European Union and aims to share the experience that has been gained in the OECD with emerging market economies that are now beginning to implement Extended Producer Responsibility.

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12-13 May 2016 - India's Policy Dialogue

International Workshop on Extended Producer Responsibility in India: Opportunities, Challenges and Lessons from International ExperienceNew Delhi, India.


This workshop was co-organised by the Indian Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change (MoEFCC), the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), the Cental Pollution Control Board (CPCB) and the BMUB-funded GIZ-Project (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit) on ‘Resource Efficiency and Management of Secondary Raw Materials’, with additional financial support from the European Union.

Presentations by Session order

Session 1. Extended Producer Responsibility - Setting the Scene

Session 2. EPR for Better E-waste Management

Part 1. Collection and Recycling Capacity and the Role of the Informal Sector

Part 2. Target Setting and Financing in the Context of EPRs

 Session 3. EPR for Packaging: Opportunities and Challenges

 Session 4. Opportunitites for Expanding EPR: End of Life Vehicles (ELV)

 

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