EPR of Building Products and Materials

EPR of Building Products and Materials
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The State grants approval for the EPR sector of Building Products and Materials to four eco-organisations.

The Ministry of Ecological Transition has approved four eco-organisations for the extended producer responsibility (EPR) scheme for building products and materials (PMCB), which will come into force next January.  In the coming weeks, these eco-organisations will have to set up this sector operationally, in particular by preparing the free return of waste to encourage the reuse and recovery of waste from PMCB.  All marketers (manufacturers, distributors, importers of PMCB, etc.) must join one of these four eco-organisations. A four-month tolerance period has been granted by the public authorities to small companies so that they can comply with this new system.

The organisations that have received approval are as follows:

  • Ecomaison, formerly Ecomobilier, also approved for the EPR of waste furniture, has been approved for the entire collection circuit of the PMCB EPR.
  • Valdelia, which has been approved for inert and non-inert PMCB waste, is already approved for non-household furniture items
  • Valobat, a new eco-organisation covering all collection circuits, i.e. inert materials (concrete, ceramics, etc.) and non-inert materials (wood, joinery, insulation, metal, etc.);
  • And Ecominero, a new eco-organisation with an approval covering only inert waste (concrete, aggregates, etc.);
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