What we offer
At Landbell Group, we work locally to improve recycling.
We then use this local knowledge to build international solutions. Why? Because markets and companies think internationally, and EPR is now a global cause.
EPR is also heavy on administrative processes, which is why we use IT to strip away complexity and cost and provide you with streamlined, effective solutions.
Our straightforward solutions for environmental and chemical compliance simplify your complex processes and tasks. One less thing to think about means you can concentrate on your core business and achieving your full potential.
The linear path of production, consumption and waste is unsustainable. It’s outdated. Finished. But you already know this.
It’s why many companies believe that EPR is vital to developing the circular economy.
In fact, the European Union has made it a key part of its Circular Economy Action Plan. Over the next seven years, the EU will introduce around 30 new circular economy regulations for producers.
We’re proud to say we’ve championed extended producer responsibility (EPR) since the beginning — and we’re now actively involved in its global expansion.
Our capabilities in action
What’s going on in the world of EPR right now? Can you get the support you need to keep up with the ever-changing landscape? We wanted to highlight some of the ways we can help.
Welcome to our Knowledge Database… we call it the KDB.
The laws and regulations for extended producer responsibility (EPR) differ from country to country and are always changing.
That’s why we developed the KDB.
The KDB is our online tool which tracks laws on EPR globally.
The KDB knows exactly what’s going on, where. It helps you to plan and implement the required compliance actions in the markets where your company operates.
This short film explains its key features.
The situation regarding UK REACH and Brexit is complex and still evolving.
Defra – the government department responsible for UK REACH policy – have indicated that they will engage with industry on extending deadlines and altering information requirements.
The Health & Safety Executive – which has taken on the role of chemicals agency in the UK – is still accepting late Downstream User Import Notifications (DUIN) submissions for those that are eligible.
H2 Compliance continues to submit registrations and late DUINs for our international clients in the metals, lubricants, and petrochemicals industries. So, if you are thinking about appointing an Only Representative (OR), we can help.
For assistance in navigating this changing regulatory landscape – and bringing your chemical products to the UK market – please get in touch.