New registration obligation for packaging in Spain

The Spanish packaging law obliges producers to register their packaging. Distributors from abroad must also register through an authorised representative if they sell packaged products in Spain.

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General Product Safety Regulation (EU) 2023/988 obliges
GPSR Risk Analysis Required

Mandatory for almost every product: According to the GPSR, producers must draw up technical documentation for the products they place on the market. The technical documentation must be based on an internal risk analysis.

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General Product Safety Regulation requires Responsible Person
EU Responsible Person Service for the GPSR and more

Since 16 July 2021, it is against the law to sell products with CE marking without a Responsible Person in the EU. In addition, a Responsible Person must also be specified in accordance with the General Product Safety Regulation (EU) 2023/988.

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Personal EU Batteries Regulation Training
Ready for the new Batteries Regulation (EU) 2023/1542

Find out which obligations the EU Batteries Regulation places on you and how to deal with them in your specific case. Receive comprehensive information on how to implement your obligations with regard to labelling, battery passport, EPR and due diligence obligations in the supply chain.

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EAR Registration quick and easy via take-e-way

Why EAR Registration?

EAR registration is very important. EAR stands for the foundation “Elektro-Altgeräte Register”. Registration is carried out in accordance with the Electrical and Electronic Equipment Act (this is the German implementation of the WEEE Directive) and the Batteries Act. This is the first step towards fulfilling your obligations of product responsibility under waste legislation. This is also known as EPR (Extended Producer Responsibility). The aim of the EAR registration is to obtain the relevant registration numbers. This enables you to prove to third parties that you have acted in accordance with the law.

Electrical and Electronic Equipment Act Batteries Act

Why do you have to register?

If you offer or sell electrical appliances and batteries, you need an EAR registration, unless your equipment and batteries have already been registered and reported by your supplier. This applies both to producers and to traders.

All electrical appliances that require electrical energy for their functionality (e.g. toasters), change it through their function (e.g. power supply units) or conduct it are affected, i.e. also passive devices such as cables or adapters.

For batteries (and accumulators) it is not important whether they are sold separately, enclosed or built into a device. Because of the different ways of disposal, batteries must always be registered.

Our services

The company take-e-way is a specialised service provider; take-e-way assumes all important tasks for you in the EAR foundation portal. Our aim is for you to receive your registration number quickly, which comprises the WEEE number and the Batteries Act number. Our experience enables us to avoid delays in the EAR foundation process. We advise you. Next, we implement the EAR foundation registration. Fast and efficiently. We take care of the communication with the EAR foundation on your behalf. Our service also includes the insolvency-proof guarantee and the disposal of your old electrical appliances

If you produce, import or trade electrical equipment or batteries, you may be affected by the Electrical and Electronic Equipment Act or the Batteries Act and require an EAR registration. Feel free to contact us; we will be pleased to assist you. We also support you with blocked products on online marketplaces and shop platforms. Please feel free to call us or send us an e-mail message. Our advisors look forward to meet you.

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take-e-way GmbH
Schlossstr. 8 d-e
22041 Hamburg
Germany

Phone: +49 40 750687 - 0
E-Mail: beratung@take-e-way.de

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