Electric cookers require EPR Authorization. It is the responsibility of Manufacturer or Importer to ensure environmentally sound management of E-waste generated by electrical / electronic products at the end of its life. Under the Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) policy, responsibility for end-of-life management of e-waste generated from electrical and electronic equipment lies with the manufacturer/importer. The obligation is on them to set up a system for collecting, transporting and recycling this waste in an environmentally sustainable manner. They are also required to periodically report to the Government on the progress made in implementing their EPR plans. Through these measures, it is hoped that e-waste will be managed in a more responsible and sustainable manner, benefiting both the environment and society as a whole.
Brand Liaison helps in documentation and procedures for obtaining an EPRA Certificate.Back