Going Circular: The EPR Guide
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PREVENT Waste Alliance
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Referent:innen
Axel Darut
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Xin Chen
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John Duncan
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Anurodh Sachdeva
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Joachim Quoden
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Gunda Rachut
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Jazlyn Lee
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Nalini Shekar
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Axel Subklew
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Dr. Clemens Pues
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Bernhard Bauske
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Thilo Vogeler
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Timothy Glaz
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Adwoa Coleman
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Andreas Elmenhorst
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Arpit Srivastava
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Erika Mitschrich
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A. Krishna
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Jana Brinkmann
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Zielgruppe
  • Policy makers around the world, particularly in low- and middle-income countries
  • Companies involved in the packaging value chain (e.g. FMCG companies, PRO, retailers)
  • Waste management service providers
  • Civil society (e.g. NGOs, researchers, students)

Dauer
12h
Nachhaltig Wirtschaften

Going Circular: The EPR Guide

Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) is a policy principle which can help eliminate pollution through packaging waste, moving towards a circular economy. This course will introduce you to the concept and key elements of EPR schemes. Beyond that, it is a practical guide for the introduction of EPR, particularly in developing countries. Join us and our experts on a journey towards circularity!

Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) is a policy principle which can help eliminate pollution through packaging waste, moving towards a circular economy. This course will introduce you to the concept and key elements of EPR schemes. Beyond that,...

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Kursinhalt

    • Welcome to "Going Circular: The EPR Guide!"
    • 00 The EPR Guide: An Introduction
      • 00.1 Lecture Video
      • 00.2 Mandatory Material: Course Handbook
      • 00.3 Mandatory Material: Glossary
      • 00.4 Learning Exercise: Forum Introduction
      • 00.5 Participant Survey
      • 00.6 Learning Exercise: General Forum
    • 01 Linear Economies: Pollution by Plastic Packaging
      • 01.1 Lecture Video
      • 01.2 Mandatory Material: Plastic Navigator
      • 01.3 Mandatory Material: Litter Base
      • 01.4 Mandatory Material: Plastics & the Circular Economy
      • 01.5 Additional Material
      • 01.6 Learning Exercise: Plastic Pollution
    • 02 Going Circular: EPR
      • 02.1 Lecture Video
      • 02.2 Mandatory Material: EPR Infographic
      • 02.3 Mandatory Material: Breaking the Plastic Wave
      • 02.4 Additional Material
      • 02.5 Learning Exercise : Circular Economy Transitions
    • 03 Design Principles of EPR Schemes
      • 03.1 Lecture Video
      • 03.2 Mandatory Material: EPR Design Principles
      • 03.3 Mandatory Material: Comments on the Indian EPR Framework
      • 03.4 Expert Voices: Jana Brinkmann & Thilo Vogeler (cyclos)
      • 03.5 Additional Material
      • 03.6 Learning Exercise: Design Principles
    • 04 The Producer Responsibility Organization
      • 04.1 Lecture Video
      • 04.2 Mandatory Material: PRO Set-Up
      • 04.3 Expert Voices: Joachim Quoden (EXPRA)
      • 04.4 Expert Voices: Anurodh Sachdeva & Arpit Srivastava
      • 04.5 Additional Material
      • 04.6 Learning Exercise: PRO Tasks
    • 05 Financing Waste Management & Incentivizing Circular Design
      • 05.1 Lecture Video
      • 05.2 Mandatory Material: Fee Systems
      • 05.3 Mandatory Material: CITEO's Fee Rates
      • 05.4 Mandatory Material: EPR Fees for Thailand
      • 05.5 Expert Voices: Axel Darut (CITEO)
      • 05.6 Additional Material
      • 05.7 Learning Exercise: Fees
    • 06 Registers: Transparency, Monitoring, Enforcement
      • 06.1 Lecture Video
      • 06.2 Mandatory Material: Register Set-Up
      • 06.3 Mandatory Material: Monitoring Structures
      • 06.4 Expert Voices: Gunda Rachut (ZSVR)
      • 06.5 Additional Material
    • 07 EPR in Context: Local Challenges, Local Knowledge
      • 07.1 Lecture Video
      • 07.2 Expert Voices: Andreas Elmenhorst (EcoIng)
      • 07.3 Expert Voices: Jazln Lee (WWF Malaysia)
      • 07.4 Additional Material
      • 07.5 Learning Exercise: Context Matters
    • 08 Informal Economies: The Need for Inclusion
      • 08.1 Lecture Video
      • 08.2 Mandatory Material: Inclusion Framework
      • 08.3 Mandatory Material: Circular Economy Inclusion
      • 08.4 Expert Voices: A. Krishna & Nalini Shekar (Hasiru Dala)
      • 08.5 Additional Material
      • 08.6 Learning Exercise: Inclusion in Context
    • 09 Waste Separation: Achieving Citizen Engagement
      • 09.1 Lecture Video
      • 09.2 Mandatory Material: Collection Systems
      • 09.3 Mandatory Material: Australasian Recycling Label
      • 09.4 Expert Voices: Axel Subklew (Mülltrennung Wirkt!)
      • 09.5 Expert Voices: Adwoa Coleman (GRIPE)
      • 09.6 Additional Material
      • 09.7 Learning Exercise: Citizen Engagement
    • 10 Waste Management in Practice: Collection, Sorting, Recycling
      • 10.1 Lecture Video
      • 10.2 Expert Voices: Dr. Clemens Pues (PreZero)
      • 10.3 Additional Material
      • 10.4 Learning Exercises: EPR & Waste Management
    • 11 Closing the Loop, Creating Markets
      • 11.1 Lecture Video
      • 11.2 Mandatory Material: Recycling Markets
      • 11.3 Expert Voices: Timothy Glaz (Werner + Mertz)
      • 11.4 Additional Material
    • 12 Implementing EPR: First Steps towards a Circular Economy
      • 12.1 Lecture Video
      • 12.2 Mandatory Material: Legal Framework Checklist
      • 12.3 Expert Voices: Bernhard Bauske (WWF Germany)
      • 12.4 Additional Material
      • 12.5 Learning Exercise: EPR Initiatives
    • Final Quiz
    • Final Survey