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European review of extended producer responsibility (EPR) schemes for lubricants

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This study highlights the different mechanisms chosen by the European EPR lubricant schemes studied:

  • to increase the collection rate,
  • to promote regeneration and control the quality of waste oils,
  • to promote prevention and eco-design,
  • to control costs.

After studying 8 EPR schemes, 5 countries were selected for in-depth analysis: Belgium, Greece, Italy, Portugal and Spain.[…]  Plus de détails

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Auteurs LE BIHAN Mathilde, DULBECCO José Rafael, MARTIN Sarah, MICHEL Frédéric, RDC ENVIRONMENT, ADEME
Public(s) Bureaux d'études
Secteur public
Entreprises et fédérations professionnelles
Thématique Déchets/Economie circulaire
Collection Expertises
Date d'édition 2021/03
Type de document Étude
Nb. de pages 160 P + 29 P
Format pdf/A4
Langue EN

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This study highlights the different mechanisms chosen by the European EPR lubricant schemes studied:

  • to increase the collection rate,
  • to promote regeneration and control the quality of waste oils,
  • to promote prevention and eco-design,
  • to control costs.

After studying 8 EPR schemes, 5 countries were selected for in-depth analysis: Belgium, Greece, Italy, Portugal and Spain. The contextual factors specific to each country were also highlighted. All relevant aspects concerning these sectors were analysed: history and context of implementation, scope of regulations tackling EPR and waste oil management, scope lubricants covered by the EPR scheme, key figures, governance and management of the PRO, relationship of the PRO with stakeholders and selection of operators, relationship of stakeholders with each other, role of public authorities, controls and sanctions, scale of EPR fees, downstream financial support scale, eco-design, other actions of the PRO.

This assessment provide all stakeholders with information on the way in which EPR schemes for lubricants have been set up in these countries and to provide them with the elements needed to prepare the implementation of EPR for lubricants in France.

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