Knowledge database

New online regulatory information service

After last year’s successful launch of the At-a-Glance, In-Depth and Customized regulatory tracking reports (more information here), Landbell Group has now released a new product: a web-based regulatory information service called the Landbell Knowledge Database (KDB).

It is now possible to buy a licence to the KDB for continuous access to the most recent regulatory changes. The information is presented in the same structure as the reports.

In just a few clicks, the KDB provides information on core producer requirements resulting from EPR-type legislation for EEE, batteries and packaging, such as product design, consumer information, take-back compliance options, as well as related registration and reporting obligations.

The KDB covers five regions: Europe; Asia Pacific; Middle East and Africa; Latin America and the Caribbean; with North America set to be added by the end of this year. The database now provides detailed, up-to-date regulatory information for more than 130 countries worldwide – and the number of countries is steadily growing.

Customers can select the information that they want to access by waste stream (WEEE, batteries and/or packaging) and region (one region, two regions or global access). They can also choose between two subscription periods: 12 or 24 months.

Please contact us for more information.

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