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What is EPR ?

Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) is an environmental policy approach in which a producer’s responsibility for a product is extended to the post-consumer stage of a product’s life cycle. It refers to the responsibility for the sound management of the disposal of products by producers once those products are designated as no longer useful by consumers. 

An EPR policy is characterized by:

  1. The shifting of responsibility (physically and/or economically; fully or partially) upstream toward the producer and away from municipalities
  2. The provision of incentives to producers to take into account environmental considerations when designing their products.

While other policy instruments tend to target a single point in the chain, EPR seeks to integrate signals related to the environmental characteristics of products and production processes throughout the product chain.

This rule is applicable under Plastic Waste Management Rules, 2016; Battery Waste Management Rules, 2022; E-Waste (Management) Rules, 2021 and other hazardous waste management rules as well.

EPR is done through reuse, buyback, or recycling. The producer also has the option of delegating this responsibility to a third-party which can be paid by the producer for used-product management. This shifts the responsibility for waste management from the government to private industries, making it easy for producers or sellers to internalize waste management and ensure safe handling of their products.

GREEN MILE ECOSYSTEM PRIVATE LIMITED, aims to facilitate compliance with EPR regulations and contribute to the sustainable management of waste in the country in the areas of plastic waste, battery waste, waste tyres and e-Waste.

Under the waste management rules and their successive amendments, Government of India has mandated Extended Producer responsibility for waste on the producers, importers & brand owners (i.e., PIBOs) who introduce waste in the system. EPR mandates each of the PIBOs who introduce waste into the market to establish and effective waste disposal system. 

We offer and serve complete solution for EPR compliances as per the applicable waste management rules.

Our Services


Action Plan

We prepare the action plan firstly to understand our overall goal and achieve it properly.



We handle the PWM registration/certification along with its submission


EPR Compliance

We shall assist the users with EPR registration and compliance


Data analysis

Data Analysis & Credit Management


Waste management

We are associated with plastic waste recyclers. Plastic waste will be collected and channelized


Return file

Annual Return Filling with CPCB/SPCB and registration renewal

Frequently asked questions

What is EPR and what is its purpose?

Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) is an environmental policy approach in which a producer’s responsibility for a product is extended to the post-consumer stage of a product’s life cycle.

What is PWM?

PWM stands for Plastic waste management. PWM rules,2016 and it's successive amendments compel producers of plastic waste to collect all their products and ensure that the minimum percentage as prescribed above shall be recycled and used in further supply.

What do you mean by PIBOs?

PIBOs stands for producers, importers and brand owners. PIBOs ,either by themselves or via a third-party, can execute PWM.

(1)“Producer” means persons engaged in manufacturing or import of carry bags or multilayered packaging or plastic sheets or like, and includes industries or individuals using plastic sheets or like or covers made of plastic sheets or multilayered packaging for packaging or wrapping the commodity.

(2)“Importer” means a person who imports or intends to import and holds an Importer - Exporter Code number, unless otherwise specifically exempted.

(3)“Brand owner” means a person or company who sells any commodity under a registered brand label.

What is e-waste?

e-Waste or Electronic waste describes discarded electrical or electronic devices, whole or in part discarded as waste, as well as rejects from manufacturing, refurbishment and repair processes.

As per E-Waste (Management) Rules, 2022 the manufacturers, refurbishers and recyclers need to get themselves registered on the CPCB portal.

What is BWM?

BWM refers to 'Battery Waste Management'. BWM Rules, 2022 mandates that all waste batteries to be collected and sent for recycling/refurbishment, and its prohibits disposal in landfills and incineration.

As per the Battery Waste Management Rules, 2022 the producers, refurbishers and recyclers need to register on the government portal.

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