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Europe-wide packaging compliance from a single source

Whatever you need: We have the solution. Obligation assessment, licensing service, information packages or licensing in Germany. – Get the overview here.

Packaging licensing in Europe
– Simply check and submit obligations

Our commitment assessment

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The European Packaging Directive is implemented differently in all 27 countries. This also means that there are very different legal requirements, responsibilities and quantity thresholds within the EU. You can therefore easily create an account with us and use our free obligation assessment to check in which countries you have any obligations at all! What are you waiting for?

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Lizenzierungsservice "smart"

Our
recommendation
for small
volumes

Our licensing service “smart”

from 449 € / per Country

From just 299 € / per country in the second year

Europe-wide packaging compliance from a single source for small volumes: With our “smart” licensing service, you simply hand over your obligations to us and can sit back and relax. Based on your authorisation, we take care of packaging licensing in your target countries – including selection and communication with the local systems, quantity reports and tracking legal changes. Packaging compliance can be that easy: With just one point of contact, we bring security to your shipments to the various EU countries.

This is how the “smart” price model works:

  • One-off onboarding flat rate: 150 € (only applies in the first year)
  • Annual service flat rate: 299 €
  • Plus annual quantity-dependent variable*: 3 % (Secure a 0 % variable for 2024 now)
    *refers to the licence fee to be paid (The licence fees of the local recycling systems must be paid in addition)
Lizenzierungsservice "smart"

Our
recommendation
for small
volumes

Our licensing service “premium”

1.500 € 1.249 € / per country

Discount for a limited time only

Europe-wide packaging compliance from a single source for large packaging volumes: With our “premium” licensing service, you can conveniently hand over your obligations to us and sit back and relax. We take over your packaging licensing in the destination country by power of attorney: naturally including selection and communication with the local systems, volume reports and tracking of legal changes. But that’s not all: you also secure a personal contact person, fast response times (max. 48 hours) and digital consultations on topics such as labelling obligations, the prevention plan (France) or upcoming changes in your target country.

This is how the “premium” price model works:

The “premium” price model is the complete package: the one-off onboarding flat rate and the annual service flat rate are already included, there is no quantity-dependent variable. Perfect for large volumes.

The licence fees of the local recycling systems must be paid in addition.

Lizenzierungsservice "premium"

Our
recommendation
for large
volumes

Need more information?

You just want to find out more and don’t want to get a licence yet? Then our information packages are the right thing for you! Both our single country service and our TOP 5 or Europe package contain all the relevant information.

Packaging licensing in Germany
– Fulfil the German Packaging Law quickly and easily via Lizenzero.de

Licensing in Germany

Do you also ship to Germany? You can fulfil the German Packaging Act in three simple steps via Lizenzero.de. Simply enter the packaging volumes in the calculator, follow the next order steps, check your order – and you have your licence agreement with the official dual system Interzero Recycling Alliance in your pocket. It couldn’t be easier!

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EPR regulations in the UK: current obligations for retailers in relation to packaging

EPR regulations in the UK: current obligations for retailers in relation to packaging

Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) is a European regulation that makes manufacturers, importers and companies responsible for the life cycle of their products and packaging in accordance with the polluter-pays principle. EU countries can interpret the EPR regulations differently, which is why your obligations may vary from country to country. If you are shipping goods to the UK, you should therefore familiarize yourself with the exact regulations in the country in advance in order to avoid sanctions and be compliant. In the following article, we will give you an overview of the current EPR obligations in the UK and take a look at upcoming changes.

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Textile EPR in Europe: an opportunity for a greener future in fashion

Textile EPR in Europe: an opportunity for a greener future in fashion

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PPWR update: an overview of recent developments

PPWR update: an overview of recent developments

The European Union wants to implement more measures to promote sustainable packaging solutions. This is reflected in the currently hotly debated draft of the Packaging & Packaging Waste Regulation (PPWR), which was presented in November 2022. This regulation contains binding rules for packaging and packaging waste in the European single market and significantly expands the existing EU directives. However, the PPWR is not yet a done deal; it still has a few hurdles to overcome before it finally comes into force. We will keep you up to date on the latest status in this article.

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