BRUSSELS and WASHINGTON, Nov. 14, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Enhesa, the leading global environmental, health and safety regulatory compliance assurance firm, has announced the launch of a unique tool to help companies navigate and manage the ever changing landscape of global product compliance. The "Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) Product Fact Sheets" for 50+ countries guide a Product Stewardship Advisor or Product Manager through EPR product requirements worldwide.
Why are EPR Fact Sheets vital to your market strategy?
Due to a sharp increase in the amount of product regulations, it is increasingly difficult for a company to keep track of what is required from them as they place their products on the market across the globe. Extended producer responsibility requirements are spreading worldwide and impact consumer products, electrical products, their batteries and packaging. Moreover, no two countries seem to target the same products or have the same regulatory requirements. Discrepancies exist globally between products regulated, threshold volumes, registration and reporting obligations and collective take-back schemes - and these are just a few of the many issues faced.
If you are shipping products to a certain jurisdiction or putting them on the market, you will be confronted with extended producer responsibility regulations. Failure to comply with these regulations puts your market strategy at risk. Enhesa's EPR Fact Sheets provide an easy-to-use tool for corporate and in-country managers to check and ensure that EPR obligations are properly met, and allow you to identify the most cost-efficient manner to ensure compliance.
All Product Stewardship Advisors or Product Managers in charge of global product regulatory compliance for their respective companies are encouraged to contact Enhesa to request a sample EPR Fact Sheet from Enhesa learn more about subscription details.About Enhesa - Enhesa, the leading provider of global environmental, health and safety regulatory compliance assurance services to business. Enhesa covers EHS regulatory and policy issues in over 150 countries and jurisdictions. Services included Audit Protocols, Emerging Issues Monitoring, and EHS compliance management. More Information: For additional information on Enhesa, please send an email to email@example.com.