EPR authorization for Electronic data storage devices is the responsibility of the manufacturer / importer to ensure that E-waste generated by Electronic data storage devices at the end of its life is managed in an environmentally sound manner. E-wastes are considered hazardous because they contain harmful chemicals that can leach into the environment and cause health problems for people and animals. E-wastes also take up valuable space in landfills, which can lead to environmental contamination and soil erosion. In addition, E-wastes can be a source of pollution when they are incinerated or disposed of in improperly managed landfill sites. Improper management of E-wastes can also result in the release of greenhouse gases, which contribute to climate change. To prevent these adverse impacts, it is important to follow the proper EPR authorization procedures for Electronic data storage devices.
Brand Liaison helps in documentation and procedures for obtaining an EPRA Certificate.Back