As a dual system, we organise the disposal of your sales packaging at the private end consumer and equal access points. We also ensure that the packaging is sorted, separated and fed into the recycling process.
Paper/Paperboard/Cardboard is used to make shipping cartons, folding boxes, paper bags or packing papers.
Typical plastic packaging materials are bubble wrap, blisters, polystyrene or adhesive tape.
Typical glass packaging (colourless or coloured) is bottles for beverages, pharmaceuticals or food.
Other materials are for example cotton, wood, rubber, ceramics, silk and natural materials.
Other composites consist of two different materials which are firmly connected to each other.
Aluminium packaging is for example cans, tubes, film for chocolate, coffee capsules and screw caps.
Ferrous metals are common tinplate packaging such as cans for preserves or sweets.
Beverage cartons are only used for juice or milk and consist of at least two materials that are firmly bonded together.
from 37 € per year
The authority Zentrale Stelle Verpackungsregister monitors compliance with the Packaging Act. Companies subject to licensing must register with it and report the licensed packaging quantities.
According to the Packaging Act, anyone who is regarded as the first distributor of b2c packaging filled with goods must license the packaging material. In addition, companies subject to licensing must register with the central office and submit quantity reports there. Here you can find out everything you need to know and observe as an initial distributor.