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What is EPR Tire ?

Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) for tires necessitates manufacturers to actively manage the environmental impact across the entire product life cycle, encompassing crucial stages such as collection, recycling, and proper disposal.

Tire manufacturers are mandated to register on the Central Pollution Control Board’s (CPCB) portal, diligently meeting specified waste targets. Non-compliance with these regulations subjects producers to environmental compensation determined by the CPCB.

Entities involved in tire production or distribution must complete the Registration process on the CPCB portal, regularly filing comprehensive annual returns detailing their Waste Tyre obligations.

The implementation of EPR significantly mitigates the environmental footprint by promoting the reuse and recycling of tires, thereby curbing the demand for new raw materials and minimizing adverse environmental impacts.

Producers, including manufacturers, sellers, and importers, bear the responsibility of ensuring environmentally sound waste management practices for tires.

Benefits of EPR Registration

Reduced Plastic Waste

EPR registration can lead to improved environmental performance and a reduced plastic waste.

Competitive Advantage

Companies registered for EPR can gain a competitive advantage by appealing to environment conscious consumers

Reduced Risk Of Penalty

Most of the vehicles get damaged just because of maintenance neglect you take

EPR Registration Process

EPR Registration

EPR Registration on Centralized Portal of Central Pollution Control Board

EPR Compliance

Fulfilment of EPR Compliance including Monthly, Quarterly and Annual Compliances

EPR Target Fulfillment

EPR Target Fulfillment requires Producers importers, Brand Owners (PIBOs) to purchase EPR Plastic credits from EPR registered Recyclers, Co-Processors (PWPs)

Annual Return Report

Filing of Annual Return Report Moothly Report E




How does Tyre EPR work?

Under Tyre EPR, tyre producers are obligated to finance and/or manage the collection, recycling, and proper disposal of tyres once they reach the end of their useful life. This typically involves setting up collection systems, recycling facilities, and ensuring proper disposal of tyres.

Why is Tyre EPR important?

Tyre EPR is important because it helps prevent environmental pollution and health hazards caused by improper disposal of tyres, such as tyre fires and the release of harmful chemicals. By holding producers accountable, EPR encourages proper tyre recycling and disposal practices.

Does Tyre EPR exist globally?

Yes, Tyre EPR exists in various forms and degrees of implementation around the world. Many countries and regions have adopted EPR policies for tyres to address the environmental and public health risks associated with tyre waste.

How does Tyre EPR promote recycling?

Tyre EPR promotes recycling by creating financial incentives for tyre producers to invest in tyre collection infrastructure, recycling technologies, and public awareness campaigns. This encourages consumers to properly dispose of tyre and facilitates their recycling into new products or materials.
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