Economic Aspects of Extended Producer Responsibility: EPR and the Cost‐sharing Issue

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Abstract:

In waste administration of today, the responsibility of producers to carry out recycling and appropriate waste disposal is expanding, at least in developed countries. By the Product Liability Law, rules have been already established as an institution to define the circumstances and the kind of responsibilities that producers should take for damages occurred during the consumption process of their products. In the discipline of waste management policy, it has been proposed as an idea to hold producers responsible for implementing recycling and appropriate disposal of the discard products, even when consumers found no defects in the products during the consumption process. Many countries have ...

Document Type: Review Article

Publication date: June 1, 2004

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