This webinar is to help members understand the increasing of environmental packaging EPR-related marking requirements in Europe, with a focus on recent legislative developments in European countries such as France and Italy. The webinar will also include a summary of upcoming mandatory packaging marking requirements in the UK and potential upcoming mandatory marking requirements in Spain, as well challenges that product manufacturers and sellers face with other marking requirements, such as the Green Dot trademark.

Speaker: Jordan Girling, Principal Consultant, ERM.

Jordan Girling is a Principal Consultant at ERM, working within ERM’s Product Stewardship & Regulatory Affairs department. Jordan helps clients to comply with legislative obligations and corporate commitments linked to Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR), Plastic Taxes, and Circular Economy. Jordan has significant experience helping product manufacturers and sellers to comply with EPR (Extended Producer Responsibility) obligations, specifically for Packaging, WEEE / e-waste, and Batteries. Most consultancies that Jordan conducts are focused on EMEA; however, Jordan also has experience working on projects that focus on compliance requirements in APAC, Middle East, and the Americas.   Jordan has experience providing compliance assistance to manufacturers and sellers in a range of industries (incl. Tech, Telecommunications, Pharmaceutical, Medical Device, Healthcare, Consumer Goods, Leisure & Apparel, Agriculture, and Construction) for both B2B (Business-to-Business) and B2C (Business-to-Consumer) products. Jordan not only helps manufacturers and sellers to identify legal exposure to particular regulations, but also supports with the implementation and management of suitable compliance arrangements. 


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