Amazon requires proof of registration according to the Packaging Act, Electrical and Electronic Equipment Act and the Battery Act

As reported by Internetrecht Rostock, Amazon is currently contacting sellers identified by Amazon as manufacturers who sell to Germany and/or France about the Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) regulations. Amazon has announced that it will suspend non-compliant listings, i.e. remove them from the platform.

As reported by Internetrecht Rostock, Amazon is currently contacting sellers who have been identified by Amazon as manufacturers and who sell to Germany and/or France about the Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) regulations. Whoever is a manufacturer is required to submit the corresponding registration numbers to Amazon in accordance with the Packaging Act or the Electrical and Electronic Equipment Act and later, in accordance with the Battery Act, if applicable.

Amazon will make a corresponding link available to upload this information in the fourth quarter of 2021. Amazon provides specific information on extended producer responsibility here.

Amazon has announced that it will suspend non-compliant offers, i.e. take them off the platform, namely for packaging all offers from 1 July, 2022, and for electrical and electronic equipment all offers from 1 January 2023.

If you are required to register electrical appliances, batteries or packaging in Germany or other EU member states, the take-e-way team will be pleased to assist you. Please call +49/40/750687-0 or send an e-mail message to beratung@take-e-way.de.

For further particulars on our international compliance services related to placing electronic equipment, batteries/rechargeable cells and packaged products or packaging on the market, please click on this link: https://www.take-e-way.com/services/international-compliance/

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