We wish to partner big and small organisations, across public and private sectors, to help meet eco-sustainability goals through plastic waste management .
This is a mutually rewarding transaction since organisations can trust us with management of their plastic waste, without having to employ precious planning and resources towards the process. We, in turn, get to implement our philosophy of closing the loop on plastic usage with Plast-E-CycleTM and add value to the environment, community and businesses.
About Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR)
EPR is an environmental policy approach in which a producer’s responsibility for a product is extended to the post-consumer stage of a product’s life cycle. It requires manufacturers and importers of products to take up a significant degree of responsibility for the environmental impact of their products throughout the product lifecycle.
Upstream impacts include: Selection of materials for the products and manufacturers’ production process
Downstream impacts include: Usage of the products and disposal of the products
Producers accept this responsibility when designing their products to minimise life-cycle environmental impacts. In case of impacts that cannot be eliminated by design, they need to accept legal, physical or socio-economic responsibility instead.