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Economic Aspects of Extended Producer Responsibility: Executive summary

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OECD has identified extended producer responsibility (EPR) as an important policy approach for environmental protection, and in particular, the prevention and better management of waste. Work on EPR started in 1994 and an important landmark was the publication of the EPR Guidance Manual for Governments in 2001. While the Guidance Manual provides ...
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Document Type: Review Article

Publication date: 2004-06-01

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