As the Foundation Central Agency Packaging Register (ZSVR) reports, no one is allowed to avoid paying for the recycling of their packaging any more. The ZSVR has made this its declared goal. With the aid of the “CLAIR project”, free riders can be identified and made accessible to the enforcement authorities, in a data-based, effective and automated manner. The data from the LUCID Packaging Register is linked to external data sources, processed and made usable for analysis. Millions of data records are available, and more are added every day. Every single piece of data is a piece of the puzzle that, when put together and analysed correctly, provides conclusions about the whole. Analyses based on algorithms reveal when company data or reports on packaging quantities are incomplete or incorrect. The ZSVR is professionally and technically capable of checking the plausibility of more than four million quantity declarations of the companies with more than 550,000 PDF pages of auditor documentation. In this way, suspected cases are identified and handed over to the enforcement authorities.
The interdepartmental user team of ZSVR has now been awarded second place in the “Best Data Project Award” in the category “SMEs”. It is known from the circles involved that the EAR foundation (German WEEE and battery registration board) also relies on such technologies.
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